Anticorrosive wood is widely used in outdoor environments
Ordinary wood is unable to resist the erosion of mold, sunlight, temperature difference, rain, etc., and is very prone to mold and rot. However, wood treated with preservatives for vacuum and high pressure infiltration can effectively prevent wood from rot and mildew. It makes the antiseptic agent penetrate into the wood tissue through high pressure in a vacuum state, and it is closely combined with the inside to realize the antiseptic function.
1. Disadvantages of preservative wood:
Anticorrosive wood after vacuum high pressure infiltration, the wood will have a green chemical color, because the wood itself has different density and absorption capacity, which will cause uneven color of the chemical. Because of the anti-corrosion treatment, the moisture content of the wood is too high, and some wood will be deformed and cracked.
2. Advantages of anticorrosive wood:
The anticorrosive wood after vacuum high pressure infiltration has three basic functions of anti-termite, anti-corrosion and anti-fungus. It can be widely used outdoors, coupled with the use of weather-resistant wood oil, has strong weather resistance, and is an ideal material for outdoor wooden structure construction.
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