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Exterior weathering trials on Pinus radiata roofing shingles

Exterior weathering trials on Pinus radiata roofing shingles

New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 14(3): 368-381

A series of test roofs clad with P. radiata shingles that had been pressure-treated with CCA and alkylammonium compounds was installed at a Forest Research Institute test site in Rotorua in 1977. A further series of test roofs installed in 1978 included P. radiata shingles pressure-treated with a copper naphthenate-based light organic solvent preservative.

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