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oneoldcoot's picture
Solar kiln question

I live in NW Georgia, lots  of sun and humidity. Wil a solar kiln still work at 60-90% humidity?

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PS it is hi 80's here for the next several weeks


r.garrison1's picture

I don't have any firsthand information, but I found this.

Short version, it is relative humidity that is key; when you heat the air, the relative humidity drops. 


Further, one reason for a kiln is to kill bugs; if you get the temp up and keep it up long enough, you will kill the pests.

eddiemac's picture

Yes, with proper control of the intake vents, humidity is not a problem.  

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