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silky throat - Recent interest in low toxicity timber for residential use, along with new regulations restricting some wood preservation agents, has resulted in a resurgence of the use of borate treated wood for floor beams and internal structural members. silky throat - There are a number of European “natural” paint fabricants that have developed potassium silicate (potassium waterglass) based preservatives. Creosote is a tar-based preservative that has been commonly used for telephone poles and railroad ties. The “EPP” Certification was issued by Scientific Certifications Systems (SCS), and is based on a comparative Life Cycle Impact Assessments with an industry standard. silky throat - Other uses include fixing pigments in paintings and cloth printing, and for preserving eggs. silky throat - Sodium silicate is produced by fusing sodium with sand or heating both ingredients under pressure. silky throat - Sodium silicate-based preservatives. silky throat - This treated wood contains a fire retardant chemical that remains stable in high temperature environments and does not increase the corrosivity of metal hardware in contact with the wood. silky throat - Two particulate copper systems, one marketed as MicroPro and the other as Wolmanized using CA-C formulation, have achieved Environmentally Preferable Product Certification. silky throat - None of the particulate copper systems have been submitted to the American Wood Protection Association (AWPA) for evaluation, thus the particulate systems should not be used in applications where AWPA standards are required. Therefore they should not be used where they will be exposed to rain, water or ground contact. The particulate copper systems provide a lighter color than dissolved copper systems such as ACQ or Copper Azole. Proponents of the particulate copper systems make the case that the particulate copper system perform as well or better than the dissolved copper systems as a wood preservative. They are toxic, have an unpleasant odour and are generally not used in consumer products. Boric acid, oxides and salts (borates) are effective wood preservatives and are supplied under numerous brand names throughout the world. As this preservative is applied by spray, it only penetrates the outer 2mm of the timber cross-section. silky throat - They frequently include boron compounds, cellulose, lignin and other plant extracts. silky throat - In these systems, the copper is ground to micro sized particles and suspended in water rather than being dissolved in a chemical reaction as is the case with other copper products such as ACQ and Copper Azole. There are currently two particulate copper systems in production. Borate treated wood is of low toxicity to humans, and does not contain copper or other heavy metals. In Australia, a water-based bifenthrin preservative has been developed to improve the insect resistance of timber. However, all of the particulate copper systems have been tested and approved for building code requirements by the International Code Council (ICC). silky throat - Their processed wood also paints and stains as new wood does. Creosote is one of the oldest wood preservatives, and was originally derived from a wood distillate. silky throat - Potassium silicate-based preservatives. silky throat - The other uses an azole biocide (known as MCA or CA-C) and is a take-off of copper azole. silky throat - The copper particle size used in the micronized copper products ranges from 1 to 700 nm with an average under 300 nm. silky throat - It has been in use since the 1800s. It can be a deterrent against insect attack and possesses minor flame-resistant properties; however, it is easily washed out of wood by moisture, forming a flake-like layer on top of the wood. Concerns have been raised as to whether this thin-envelope system will provide protection against insects in the longer term, particularly when exposed to sunlight for extended periods. These days virtually all creosote is manufactured from the distillation of coal tar. silky throat - TTT, LLC, sells these products under the name TimberSIL. However, unlike most other preservatives, borate compounds do not become fixed in the wood and can readily be leached out. One system uses a quat biocide system (known as MCQ) and is a take-off of ACQ silky throat. silky throat - Larger particles do not adequately penetrate the wood cell walls. These include pentachlorophenol and creosote. silky throat - Particulate (micronised or dispersed) copper preservative technology has recently been introduced in the USA and Europe. silky throat - They are a surface application with a minimal impregnation for internal use. silky throat - It is claimed by the proponents of micronized copper products that the copper nano particles which escape the wood will bond readily with organic matter and become biologically inactive.

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