Preserved wood FAQ

Preserved wood FAQ

1.About the color difference of antiseptic wood?

The reason why anti-corrosion wood is anti-corrosive is that in addition to its advantages in anti-corrosion, it is necessary to treat the wood in the later stage, so that the life of the anti-corrosion wood can be greatly extended. The treatment method is to impregnate the wood with antiseptic agents. For example, Finnish wood generally uses CCA or ACQ. These agents used to treat anti-corrosive wood will have color. After treatment, the wood will also have different degrees of dyeing, but this dyeing is It will fade gradually with the use of wood, which is harmless, and consumers can rest assured.

2.About the degree of protection against rainwater?

When using anti-corrosion wood outside the house, people worry about whether the anti-corrosion wood can resist the rain. In fact, there is no need to worry about it. The reason why the anti-corrosion wood is called anti-corrosion wood is that it can not only decompose, but also prevent mildew and Fungal infection.

3.Can I use the antiseptic wood that I saw?

The reason why the preservative wood is wet is because the preservative wood needs to be impregnated in the series of processing after the log is cut. If you see the preservative wood is wet, it means that the wood is treated shortly after that. It also needs to be air-dried or kiln-dried, and the anti-corrosion wood used by users afterwards must be treated wood and will not get wet.

4. Is the preservative used in preserv

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