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New experiments on the behaviour of wood preservatives against marine organisms in various test sites


New experiments on the behaviour of wood preservatives against marine organisms in various test sites



Beihefte zu Material und Organismen 3: 555-568



Marine exposure tests on wood of Coelocaryon preussii (a non-durable African hardwood) and Pine (Pinus sylvestris), either untreated or treated with Cu-Cr-As, CCB, CCF and Cu-Cr salts, were made (a) near Abidjan, Ivory Coast, (b) at La Pallice on the Atlantic coast of France, and (c) on the Mediterranean coast of France. Results after 3-8 years are tabulated. Treatment was relatively ineffective against aggressive teredinid attack at (a), but was effective in France, especially with Cu-Cr-As.

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