Indirect Gas Fired Kiln Packages
Nyle’s high temperature indirect gas fired kilns use a furnace and a heating coil. The gas flame is fully contained in the heating coil and heats the air from the inside out. Not only will this supply you with cleaner process air today, it will also provide you with less maintenance costs down the road.
What is the right size Gas Heating System
Outfitted with our indirect fired gas heating packages, you have a chamber that you can use for drying as well as heat treating.
We use indirect fired heating rather than direct fired, for efficiency, more accurate temperature control, and safety. Gas has become a low-cost alternative to heat your kiln. In some areas with high electric rates even more economical than our DH kilns. What is the most economical kiln will depend on the price and availability of natural gas and electric at your location?
|Model||Drying Capacity (Hardwood)||Drying Capacity (Softwood)||Drying Time (Pine)||Drying Time (Oak)|
|GHV4||6000 BF||8000 BF||3-5 Days||22-35 Days|
|GHV6||9000 BF||12,000 BF||3-5 Days||22-35 Days|
|GHV8||12,000 BF||16,000 BF||3-5 Days||22-35 Days|
Notes: Drying times are based on 4/4 lumber.
All Indirect Gas Fired Units
- Operates between 80-180F.
- Softwood Operation Costs – Propane: 65-70 Gallons/1000 BF, Electric Costs: 225 KWH/1000 BF
- Hardwood Operation Costs – Propane: 60-65 Gallons/1000 BF, Electric Costs: 250 KWH/1000 BF