impregnated timber

impregnated timber

[im′preg‚nād·əd ′tim·bər]
(materials)
Timber which has been made flame-resistant, fungi-resistant, or insect-proof by forcing into it under vacuum or pressure a flame retardant or a fungal or insect poison.

impregnated timber

Timber into which a flame retarder, insect poison, and/or fungicide has been forced under pressure.
References in periodicals archive ?
This procurement concerns the reception, transport and processing of the following waste types from collection and delivery schemes in Kongsberg Municipality: residual waste, waste food, cardboard/paper/cartons, timber and impregnated timber.
The observed peak values taken from the moment of ignition are approximately equal to 14 s for non-impregnated and 11 s for impregnated timber.
During the whole test on impregnated timber, the extinction coefficient was at zero level, which indicates no smoke in the compartment (full scale experiments).