treated lumber

treated lumber

Lumber that has been treated with a preservative, 1 according to standards of the ASTM, the American Wood Preservers Association (AWPA), or a similar organization.
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30 March 2017 - US-based diversified conglomerate Graham Holdings Company (NYSE: GHC) has signed a letter of intent to acquire US-based treated lumber supplier Hoover Treated Wood Products, Inc.
Sunbelt also exports pressure treated lumber to the Caribbean and said it will be looking in the future at other export opportunities, because of the increased capacity and additional flexibility to shift production to plants within proximity of shipping lines and ports.
Tenders are invited for 4" x 10" x 18~ salt treated lumber, qty 35 each.
For example, some treated lumber adversely reacts to materials such as metal.
My only addition to those plans is the inclusion of a treated lumber base, screwed to the barrel, and held in place with rebar driven through holes in the base and into the ground.
They use Cedar, Cypress and pressure treated lumber & have $120k of inventory included in the price.
We should have stated "CCA was used to treat 98% of all treated lumber for residential uses.
At the time of construction, I had also buried some scraps of the treated lumber, simply to fill a hole.
Treated lumber is created through high pressure saturation of wood with the chemical compound chromate copper arsenate (CCA), a mixture of copper, arsenic and chromium.
Two papers published by Florida researchers in the 1 February 2006 issue of Environmental Science & Technology highlight the threat posed by arsenic from treated lumber used in decks, utility poles, and fences.
This wood replaced 100 percent of pressure treated lumber in the entire home and outdoor decks.