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Marine exposure of preservative-treated small wood panels

Bruce R. Johnson

Marine exposure of preservative-treated small wood panels

by Bruce R. Johnson

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Published by Forest Products Laboratory in Madison(Wisc.) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementcompiled by Bruce R. Johnson and David I. Gutzmer.
SeriesResearch paper -- FPL 399
ContributionsGutzmer, David I., Forest Products Laboratory.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22704297M

(CDDC). The panels were labeled and holes were made at both ends for tying in marine environment. Then the panels were end coated with an epoxy resin to retard longitudinal penetration of preservative and then weighed. Panels were treated with preservatives according to American Wood Preserver’s Association Standard (AWPA a).File Size: 76KB.   Staining and sealing outdoor wood is among the best ways to protect it from the elements. Know Your Coatings. The most common outdoor wood coating is an exterior-grade penetrating stain. These water-repellent preservatives include a mildewcide, and some products contain ultraviolet light absorbers that protect from sun exposure.

The other four preservatives were evaluated at one retention level to determine the effect of different preservative systems on bond durability and cyclic exterior exposure properties of preservative treated wood/wood and wood/FRP composite interfaces. The retentions tested were typically those appropriate for ground contact and marine by: marine borers.” (Health Canada, ) Preservative-treated wood is used by MHI in the construction and maintenance of timber bridges and wood box culverts, as well as guardrails and sign posts. As highway infrastructure ages and is replaced, preservative-treated wood is removed from service. Some of this material requires disposal due toFile Size: KB.

Apart from structural wood preservation measures, there are a number of different preservatives and processes (also known as timber treatment, lumber treatment or pressure treatment) that can extend the life of wood, timber, wood structures or engineered generally increase the durability and resistance from being destroyed by insects or fungus. Preservative-Treated Wood Products California Building Code (CBC), Section Preservative-treated wood; California Residential Code (CRC) R Lumber, timber, plywood, piles and poles supporting permanent structures required by Section of the California Building Code (CBC) to be preservative treated shall conform to.


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Marine exposure of preservative-treated small wood panels by Bruce R. Johnson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Results of marine exposure at Key West, Fla., of small wood panels treated with a variety of preser-vatives and candidate preservatives are tabulated. Materials tested include creosotes, modified creosotes, waterborne salts, dual treatments, and chemically modified wood. Many treated panels remain free of marine borer attack after 9 years.

Marine Exposure of Preservative-Treated Small Wood Panels Bruce R. Johnson, Research Forest Products Technologist David I. Gutzmer, Physical Science Technician Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, Wis. Small wood panels treated with many different chemicals have been exposed to limnorian and teredine marine borers in the sea at Key West, by: 5.

Get this from a library. Marine exposure of preservative-treated small wood panels. [Bruce R Johnson; David I Gutzmer; Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)] -- Small wood panels treated with many different chemicals have been exposed to limnorian and teredine marine borers in the sea at Key West, Florida.

These preservatives and treatments include creosotes. Get this from a library. Marine exposure of preservative-treated small wood panels. [Bruce R Johnson; David I Gutzmer; Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)] -- Results of marine exposure at Key West, Fla., of small wood panels treated with a variety of preservatives and candidate preservatives are tabulated.

Materials tested include creosotes, modified. Marine exposure of preservative-treated small wood panels Bruce R. Johnson Not In Library. Accessible book, Food, Wood, Conservation and restoration, Canning and preserving, FruitHistory, Wood preservatives. AWPA Standard C9, "Plywood - Preservative Treatment by Pressure Process", specifies that the preservative-treated panels be redried to a moisture content of 18% or less, unless waived by the specifier.

For use in boat manufacturing, the redrying of the treated plywood is essential to good performance when laminating with fiberglass. When marine exposure studies of small, preservative-treated wood panels were made by Johnson and Gutzmer (), they found that untreated panels could be Cited by: require preservative-treated wood.

But in some uses, and in certain climates, treated wood is recommended or required by local building codes to protect against decay, fungi, termites, carpenter ants, or other wood-destroying insects, or from marine borers in sea-water exposure. Preservative-treated plywood is impreg-nated with preservatives by.

Sponsored By: Western Wood Preservers Institute Description: In applications where wood may be exposed to moisture, insects or fungal organisms, preservative-treated wood can ensure a project’s course reviews: the manufacturing process for pressure-treated wood; types of preservative treatments and the required levels of retention as dictated by the end-use application.

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Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory, Marine exposure of preservative-treated small wood panels. Johnson, Bruce R. (Bruce Randall), Treated Wood and Wood Preservatives. Insects and mold can damage wood over time.

Treating wood with pesticides can prevent wood from rotting as quickly. Treated wood is commonly used to build telephone poles, road signs, and marine pilings, as well as. Pressure-preservative-treated wood lasts. Whether the wood in a boat is encased in other protective products such as fiberglass or is exposed directly to seawater, treated wood does not rot.

In fact, most suppliers of pressure-preservative-treated plywood to the marine industry include a limited lifetime warranty against rot or delamination.

PDF | Wooden material has been used for shipbuilding and structural purposes in the marine environment since ancient times. Wood being used in the sea | Find, read and cite all.

Use of Preservative-treated Wood Requires Certain Precautions Monica Keels: By: Mark Rupar, NRCA Director of Technical Services. Selecting appropriate fasteners when using preservative-treated wood is complicated by the variety of available preservative treatments that can be corrosive to metal preservative systems are used by preservative-treated wood manufacturers in the U.S.

Marine exposure trials on two treated timbers used for fabricating catamarans Article (PDF Available) in Journal of the Indian Academy of Wood Science 8(2) December with 15 Reads. Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.): Marine exposure of preservative-treated small wood panels / (Madison, Wis.: U.S.

Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory, ), also by Bruce R. Johnson and David I. Gutzmer (page images at HathiTrust). preservative-treated wood. Chromated Copper Arsenate (CCA) CCA protects wood used aboveground, in contact with the ground, or in contact with freshwater or seawater.

Wood treated with CCA (commonly called green treated) dominated the treated wood market from the late s until Chromated copper arsenate has been phased. Wood Preservation and Wood Products Treatment Training Manual Figure 1. Wood products that are in contact with the ground or exposed to weather can be damaged by a variety of damaging insects (left), fungi (middle), and marine borers, as well as by the weather itself (right).File Size: KB.

Preservative Treated Wood: 1. Surface treatment of field cuts: All field cuts on members that provide structural support to a permanent structure shall be field treated in accordance with AWPA M4.

Wood Foundation System: Install in accordance with the following: 1. Permanent Wood Foundation (PWF) Design Specification, ANSI/AF&PA PWF 2. the wood lightens in color when it is first cut, then as bound water begins to evaporate the wood becomes stronger and stiffer.

Faces of edge grain boards have tighter and pleasing grain figures and they tend to remain flat despite the changes in moisture content.

Edge grain lumber also holds paint better than plain swan timber in some wood pieces. AND USE OF PRESERVATIVE TREATED ENGINEERED WOOD PRODUCTS failure.

The performance of EWPs can be dramatically affected by exposure to various hazards in a “normal” building environment. In particular, exposure to insects and/or fungi can result in File Size: 1MB.

Wood is laminated to achieve a size, shape, or quality of piece that would otherwise be impossible. Glue laminated Wood – large structures by joining many smaller strips with glue Structural composite Lumber – products are substitutes for solid lumber made from wood veneers or wood fiber strands and glue.Fasteners used with preservative treated plywood should be hot dipped galvanised or have equivalent corrosion protection.

Stainless steel fasteners may be required for severe exposure applications. Knowing the conditions under which the plywood or LVL is to be used is essential if correct advice on the type of treatment required is to be.