waterborne preservative

waterborne preservative

A water-soluble chemical used to treat wood for protection against decay and insects.
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The product range includes waterborne preservative, plastic film film, emitters and water-based rust converters.
The chemicals that preserve the wood, primarily the inorganic waterborne preservative chromated copper arsenate (CCA), are designed to kill or repel biological organisms.
Natural durability and waterborne preservative treatability of tamarack.
This treatment effect is common with waterborne preservative treatments.
The oilborne and waterborne preservative treatability of ash lumber obtained from the EAB eradication program in southern Michigan was investigated in order to evaluate for the potential for using ash as treated lumber.
This particular mill was selected because in addition to primary conversion, they also run a dry kiln, planer mill, and waterborne preservative pressure treating facility.
Vick (1990) investigated preservative compatibility with phenol-formaldehyde (PF) resin for 13 nonacidic waterborne preservatives using pretreated aspen veneers.
Preservative-treated wood can be broadly separated into two general categories--oil-borne preservatives and waterborne preservatives. Oil-borne preservatives use an oil or organic solvent as the carrier during the pressure treatment process, whereas waterborne preservatives are dissolved in water that then serves as the carrier.
Preservative-treated wood can be broadly separated into two general categories--oilborne preservatives and waterborne preservatives. Oilborne preservatives use an oil or organic solvent as the carrier solution during the pressure treatment process, whereas waterborne preservatives are dissolved in water that then serves as the carrier.
By 1993 more than 80% of treated wood was saturated with waterborne preservatives, and virtually all of that was CCA, according to a paper published in the Proceedings of the 4th International Wood Preservation Symposium by Carol Clausen, a microbiologist at the U.S.
Waterborne preservatives, such as chromated copper arsenate (CCA), ammoniacal copper zinc arsenate (ACZA), and ammoniacal copper arsenate (ACA), are applied in water solutions that leave a paintable surface.