Posted by: Neville Robbins 1 month ago
A kiln load of around 4-4.5m3 of gorgeous locally sourced Wych Elm has just finished the drying cycle and hopefully later this week will be unloaded from the kiln and taken to the dry store, to be measured and quantified for the stock lists. Once completed it will be publish on this site. Most of the boards are around 50mm thick, so will thickness to around 40mm finish. We will keep you updated of the progress and hopefully tempt you with pictures of the grain patterns etc.
The next load for the kiln will be thicker stock Elm around 62mm off saw for table tops and worktops (likely that the finish size will be approximately 50mm). This should start the kilning process in a couple of weeks.Share on Twitter Share on Facebook