We are one of the largest manufacturers and producers of an extensive collection of Static Kiln in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. Our company has developed a state of the art, static kiln facility with a 350 cubic meter capability that is proficient of maintaining a controlled heat and moisture environment at temperatures ranging from 56°C – 90°C. “Static Kiln” is also known as “Bottle Kiln”. The original format was the “bottle kiln”, sometimes called “closed kiln” or “dome kiln”. Kilns are an essential part of the manufacture of all ceramics, which require heat treatment, often at high temperatures. During this process, chemical and physical reactions occur that permanently alter the unfired body.

The static kiln is used to carry out a whole range of ISPM 15 Heat Treatments in compliance with the international standard laid down and monitored by the Forestry Commission. The heat capability not only ensures that any insect life present within any infected item will be eradicated, but also that any surface borne virus or bacteria can also be neutralized. Having several installations strategically situated in Ahmedabad, India. We are able to provide a national service network. In contrast to static kilns, the material passes through quickly: it takes from 3 hours in some old wet process kilns to as little as 10 minutes in short pre-calciner kilns. We also offer Crushing Machine and Pulverizer to our esteemed clients at their pocket friendly prices.

Static Kilns is operating a large controlled heat facility enables to all manner of items to be treated, ranging from soft domestic fabrics and furnishings that have become infected or dirty with insects or bacteria, right through to commercial products and items such as pelletized products, cardboard packaging, wooden, boxes and crates that have constricted some form of contamination, either in transit or because of expanded periods of storage in the wrong environment. Items like antique furniture, wooden instruments, archived documents, leather bound books and other delicate fabrics etc. require a much more sympathetic approach when undergoing heat treatment, and as such, understanding and managing the moisture stability requirements when treating such items is crucial to the success of the process.

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