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CCA-PEG pole preservative research



CCA-PEG pole preservative research



Proceedings, American Wood Preservers' Association (81): 203-211



Results are presented of an investigation into methods of reducing the resistance to penetration due to the increased hardness of CCA-treated poles. Resistance to penetration causes problems for maintenance workers whose climbing gaffs (hooks) fail to grip. Species investigated were red pine (Pinus resinosa), jack pine and southern pine.

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