air-seasoned

air-seasoned

[′er ‚sēz·ənd]
(engineering)
Treated by exposure to air to give a desired quality.
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The first trial with only three test poles showed one pole to exceed the recommendation of the Rural Electrification Administration that air-seasoned poles be heated to 150[degrees]F at the pith for at least 2 hours prior to or during treatment (3,4).
Currently, a significant number of utility poles are still commonly air-seasoned in North America prior to preservative treatment (7).