Our Canadian built Radio Frequency Vacuum Kiln is
located at Deadstok Muskoka 1 minute off the 400 hwy at 2741 Hodgins Road, Port Severn, ON.
Contact us today to have your valuable wood custom dried and sanitized.


3000 Board foot capacity for dimensional lumber
2400-2600 Board foot capacity for Live Edge Lumber
12’ 6" maximum length          54” Maximum width          


ONLY 7-10 days
Can dry fresh-sawn Live edge, Dimensional & Timbers up to 16" thick


2024 Pricing

Dimensional Lumber

$ 2 Per Board Foot   

Live Edge Lumber

$ 2.50 Per Board Foot      




MC = 8% -12% +/- 1%             


MC = 5-10 % + / - 1%


We can pick up & drop off materials at your request.

White Oak is the most difficult domestic species to dry, with varying results. 
With any kiln, it is typical that the wood will move during the drying process.
This can be shrinking, cupping, twisting or splitting.
We offer milling services after the drying process to help you create your dream project!

Wood must be cleaned prior to drop off, or subject to a cleaning fee of $100 per hr. The robot does not dig dirty wood.



  1. RF kilns offer a significant reduction in drying times. In many cases as little as 1/10th of the time that is required when drying in conventional kilns. Our RF kiln will sterilize the wood, exactly what our health conscious clients are looking for.
  2. RF kilns have the ability to dry heavy stock (8/4, 10/4, 12/4) and Large Timber efficiently and without major defect.
  3. Heat treatment temperatures in RF kilns can be reached in much less time than conventional heat treatment methods as a result of efficient “direct heating”.  RF kilns are now an approved method of heat treating lumber under ISPM -15.
  4. RF kilns do not require stickers between the lumber which eliminates sticker labour and sticker stain.  RF drying does not rely on air movement between the lumber to remove moisture. Walnut does not require steaming to keep rich tones.
  5. RF kilns run solely on electricity thereby eliminating the need for large commercial boilers. This creates a greener footprint on the environment.
  6. The Radio Frequency drying process heats from the inside out which causes the core of the wood to dry first. This gradual drying from the inside out allows the external surface of the wood to remain wet until the end of the drying cycle. Maintaining a wet outer surface for as long as possible significantly reduces checking and the overall defect of the finished product.