A kiln is a thermally insulated chamber, a type of oven, that produces temperatures sufficient to complete some process, such as hardening, drying, or chemical changes.
- To dry green lumber so it can be used immediately
- Drying wood for use as firewood
- Heating wood to the point of pyrolysis to produce charcoal
- For annealing, fusing and deforming glass, or fusing metallic oxide paints to the surface of glass
- For cremation (at high temperature)
- Drying of tobacco leaves
- Drying malted barley for brewing and other fermentations
- Drying hops for brewing (known as a hop kiln or oast house)
- Drying corn (grain) before grinding or storage, sometimes called a corn kiln, corn drying kiln.
- Smelting ore to extract metal
- Heating limestone with clay in the manufacture of Portland cement
- Heating limestone to make quicklime or calcium oxide
- Heating gypsum to make plaster of Paris
This pellet burner kiln has mounted a pellet burner of 1MW thermal power.
The project includes 3D drawings in Autodesk Inventor 2014 and is made exclusively from the mechanical part.