With a Veneer Sheet Reentry System, you can run your Stacker with not just one, but two “wet” bins. Your wet/redry bin will be reserved for sheets that must be redryed (run a second time through the Veneer Dryer). The second wet bin is for wet/reentry sheets, which contain less moisture than those in the wet/redry bin. Instead of requiring a second pass through the Dryer, this stack can sit in your plant for typically 24 to 48 hours and “equalize” in moisture.
During the equalizing process, the stacked veneers contain heat, and wet sheets in the stack transfer their remaining moisture to other sheets and to the ambient environment. After equalization, the wet/reentry stack is brought to the Sheet Reentry System by forklift, and the veneers are merged into the main grading and stacking line real-time, without requiring any stoppages on the main Dryer line.
This strategy allows you to run your Dryers faster than at present, because although your wet sheet count increases, your ability to process it without redrying also increases.
And when a Westmill Redryer is used in your plant, Dryer production increases even more by using this strategy.