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Assessment of preservative treated aspen waferboard after 30 months of field exposure



Assessment of preservative treated aspen waferboard after 30 months of field exposure



Forest Products Journal 37(2): 62-66



Experimental Populus tremuloides waferboards, bonded with liquid or powdered PF resin and treated with preservatives added during manufacture or by dipping in preservatives after manufacture, were exposed on test fences or buried to half their ht. in soil at sites in Mississippi and Minnesota. Inspection of biodeterioration and strength tests after 30 months showed ammoniacal copper arsenate, added during manufacture, to be the best treatment in all exposures.

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