Helping to ensure construction timber is fit for purpose
Choice of Treatments
If you’re an architect, engineer, landscaper or contractor working with wood, you’ll know your choice of timber is vital to the look and cost of a project. However, in terms of longevity and performance, it’s important to consider specifying an industrial, factory applied pre-installation treatment – they fall into 3 categories:
Flame retardants work by making wood more difficult to ignite and by slowing the rate at which a fire can develop – allowing more time for escape
Heat or chemical modification processes change characteristics of timber – such as improved durability and dimensional stability
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