On arrival at the mill, logs are stored in the Log Yard. Mills will use various methods to retain the moisture in the logs, many opting for sprinkler systems.
Logs will then eventually make their way to the Log Pond. Logs are submerged in water for an extended period of time so that they are easier to cut down to size and easier to peel. Some mills in colder climates have heated log ponds as the heat also improves the quality of the peeling; they refer to this as hydro-thermal processing.
Following peeling, the veneers are moved along the production line in long streams. They need to be cut to size and go through an initial grading process. Grading is especially important in regards to Birch Plywood so the majority of mills use scanning technology to check for defects in the veneers, cutting to the required sizes and then separating potential face veneers from core veneers.
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