Wood Preserving

We build and maintain wood preserving processes for you

Wood preservation is the pressure or thermal impregnation of chemicals into wood to provide effective long-term resistance to fungi, bacteria, insects, and marine borers. By extending the service life of timber products, wood preservation reduces the need for harvest of already stressed forestry resources, reduces operating costs in utilities and railroad industries and ensures safe working conditions where timbers are used as support structures.

There are two general classes of wood preservatives: oils, such as creosote and petroleum solutions of pentachlorophenol; and waterborne salts that are applied as water solutions.

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Phone: 503.668.5583
Fax: 503.668.5585

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