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In the drying tunnels (which were heated with waste heat from the kilns that was redirected in pipes during the cooling process), the goal was to reduce the brick's water content to reduce the chance of steam causing them to explode in the kilns. Each bri

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Originally appeared in Evergreen Brick Works
on April 4, 2011
In the drying tunnels (which were heated with waste heat from the kilns that was redirected in pipes during the cooling process), the goal was to reduce the brick's water content to reduce the chance of steam causing them to explode in the kilns. Each bri
In the drying tunnels (which were heated with waste heat from the kilns that was redirected in pipes during the cooling process), the goal was to reduce the brick's water content to reduce the chance of steam causing them to explode in the kilns. Each brick remained in the drying tunnel for 36 hours before moving to the tunnel kilns. For more about Evergreen Brick Works and planning a trip (one well worth making), visit ebw.greenworks.ca.

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