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Technology has changed sawmill and wood-processing operations signi cantly in recent years, emphasizing increasing pro ts through waste minimization and increased energy ef ciency as well as improving operator safety. The once ubiquitous,
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rusty, steel conical sawdust burners have for the most part vanished, as the sawdust and other mill waste is now processed into particleboard and related products, or used to heat wood-drying kilns. Cogeneration facilities will produce power for the operation and may also feed super uous energy onto the grid. While the bark may be ground for landscaping bark mulch, it may also be burned for heat. Sawdust may make particleboard or be pressed into wood pellets for pellet stoves. The larger pieces of wood that won t make lumber are chipped into wood chips and provide a source of supply for paper mills. Wood by-products of the mills will also make oriented strand board paneling for building construction, a cheaper alternative to plywood for paneling. In the United States annual cut of timber for lumber products is equivalent to approximately 240 million trees. However, if the sawmills operated at a 70 percent recovery ef ciency, the same annual harvest of lumber could be derived from 171 million trees. The saving would be the equivalent of 69 million trees annually if recovery ef ciency improved from 50 to 70 percent in the primary processing industry. In addition, these same 69 million trees, if permitted to grow in the forest, would continue to absorb about 900,000 tons of carbon dioxide and produce about 650,000 tons of oxygen each year. Following is a brief case study describing thin kerf sawing as related to improving process ef ciency. Today, a typical circular sawmill converts 50 percent of the log into primary product with band mill conversion at about 57 percent. Saw kerf averages 21 percent for the circular sawmill and as low as 12 percent for high production band mills. Obviously, sawmill ef ciencies have increased since the 1920s but there is still much room for improvement. In addition, trends such as environmental constraints on timber harvesting, smaller logs from the forest, and an increased demand for wood products makes it imperative that we improve sawmill ef ciencies. The good news is that technologies currently exist that can enable 70 percent or more conversion ef ciencies at sawmills. However, the adoption of new technologies such as thin kerf sawing have not yet come state-of-the-art in many mills. A saw kerf is the width of the path cut by the sawteeth as the saw blade moves through the log. Thin kerf is a relative term, however, because it only has meaning when compared to something else. If circular saws are compared to band saws, then band saws would be considered thin kerf since they are generally 50 percent thinner than circular saws. If today s saw kerfs are compared with those of the past, we can generally say that today we have thinner kerfs. The saw kerf has a signi cant impact on conversion ef ciency, often referred to as lumber recovery. A crude but effective way of calculating the amount of sawdust that develops during sawing is to determine the total wood usage per pass, the action of logs moving or passing back and forth through the saw blade. Wood usage per pass includes the average thickness of the piece being sawn plus the saw kerf. For example, in cutting a board that is 1.125 in thick with a saw kerf of 0.300 in, the total wood usage per pass is 1.425 in. Calculating the saw kerf as a percentage of the total wood usage per pass results in 21 percent of the wood removed as sawdust or about one- fth of the log resource. A band saw with a kerf of 0.140 in would result in an increase in lumber recovery of about 10 percent.
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