continuous kiln

continuous kiln

[kən¦tin·yə·wəs ′kiln]
(engineering)
A long kiln through which ware travels on a moving device, such as a conveyor.
A kiln through which the fire travels progressively.

progressive kiln, continuous kiln, step-kiln

A dry kiln arranged so that green lumber enters one end and is dried in progressive steps as it moves to the opposite end, where it is removed.
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Longitudinal continuous kiln for drying and vulcanizing rubber profiles U.

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