Treatment Process

Two preservative plants provide low toxicity, long lasting timber products for every building purpose.

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Treatment Process

LOW PRESSURE PLANT

Specially designed treatment vessel that ensures consistent uptake of chemicals and minimal increase in moisture content. Dry after treatment.

HIGH PRESSURE PLANT

Full cell treatment for demanding exterior environments, both ground and ground contact. Wet after treatment.

CCA FIXATION

Timber held in bunded area to ensure CCA is fully fixed to the timber cells prior to use to prevent leaching of chemicals.

LOSP FLASH OFF

Two to three week period to allow light organic solvent to naturally dissipate.

BORON H1.2

Low toxicity, highly effective timber treatment that protects against mould and rot when building inside a house.

CCA H3.2/H4

Timber protection against rain (H3.2) and ground contact (H4) when building outside.

KEY

LOSP - Light Organic Solvent Preservation

ACQ - Alkaline Copper Quatenary

WB - Water Borne

CCA - Copper Chrome Arsenate

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