Chemical composition of anticorrosive wood in the field
Kunming wild wood preservative naturally refers to preservative wood used in the wild. Finnish wood, as a leader in field preservative wood, deserves to be synonymous with field preservative wood. Finnish wood has excellent corrosion resistance, termite resistance, moisture resistance and mildew resistance. The anti-corrosion principle of Finnish wood is obtained by passing the wood through a closed pressure anti-corrosion tank, using vacuum pressure to press the antiseptic agent into the wood, and then drying it to make the agent fully enter the wood. The whole set of anti-corrosion technology of Finnish wood is equivalent Exquisite, the Finnish wood produced in this way usually has a useful life of ten to thirty years.
Chemical composition of anticorrosive wood in the field of Kunming
So what kind of chemical components are contained in Finnish wood—Kunming wild anticorrosive wood? Will the chemicals contained in Finnish wood flow into the external environment? Will it have any impact on the surrounding environment and our bodies? Let's take a look at the chemical composition of Finnish wood-field preservative wood to help us understand this doubt.
General Kunming field preservative wood contains basic substances such as evaporated oil, natural resins, fats and fatty acids, carbohydrates, and sugars. Below we will introduce the characteristics of each substance in detail.
1. Evaporating oil
Finnish wood contains evaporated oil, and evaporated oil is not a uniform compound, but a compound composed of a variety of chemically different components. Its main component is aluminum compounds, in addition, aliphatic hydrocarbons, aromatic hydrocarbons and their oxygen-containing derivatives. Most of the evaporated oil in Finnish wood has a special fragrance. Many Kimuras contain evaporated oils of different compositions. This is the reason why different preservative woods have different fragrances. The evaporated oil is mostly mixed with resin and exists in the resin channel. It has a very fresh and intoxicating pine fragrance, and the finished product also has the unique fragrance of Finnish wood.
2. Natural resin
The natural resin in Finnish wood refers to a kind of non-evaporable substance that can be dissolved in neutral non-polar organic solvent. These include resin acids, free fatty acids, fatty acid phenols and unsaponifiables. Of course, the composition of the resin in the wood of different tree species is different.
Finnish wood heartwood pipes contain a considerable amount of resin, but sapwood pipes do not contain resin. The resin contained in Finnish wood can resist some harmful substances to our human body, and if there is no resin content in the anticorrosive wood product or the resin content is less than the national standard, it is like a fake.
3. Oils and fatty acids
The fatty acids in Finnish wood mainly contain cI. One c" saturated and unsaturated fatty acids, there are also a small amount of c1: and cId saturated fatty acids.
4. Carbohydrates and sugars
Fibre and hemicellulose are the primary carbohydrates that make up the cell wall of Finnish wood-Kunming preservative wood. Some preservative wood also contains a small amount of oligosaccharides such as carbon, four-carbon sugar and five-carbon sugar. Starch is mainly stored in wood parenchyma, wood rays and intramedullary. Finnish wood-the pectin in the wood of anticorrosive wood is a complex polymer. The polyols in the wood of the Finnish plank house include glycerin, sugar alcohols and cyclopolyols. These are all chemical substances that are beneficial to the human body and give people spiritual Most of them have a sweet taste and are soluble in water.