Accession Number : AD0750011
Title : Treatment of Alaskan Species by Double-Diffusion and Modified Double-Diffusion Methods.
Descriptive Note : Forest Service research paper,
Corporate Author : FOREST PRODUCTS LAB MADISON WIS
Personal Author(s) : Gjovik,L. R. ; Roth,H. G. ; Davidson,H. L.
Report Date : 1972
Pagination or Media Count : 22
Abstract : Poles of white spruce, Sitka spruce, mountain hemlock, and balsam poplar were subjected to several variations on a standard preservative process: Allowing the material to partially season before treatment; incising the material when green or partially seasoned; and elevating the temperature of first solution of copper sulfate and letting the wood cool before transfer to second solution of sodium arsenate. Double diffusion, retention and pentration were related to service life.
Descriptors : (*WOOD, PRESERVATION), (*ALASKA, WOOD), COPPER COMPOUNDS, SULFATES, SODIUM COMPOUNDS, ARSENIC COMPOUNDS, FORESTRY, PROCESSING, DIFFUSION
Subject Categories : Wood, Paper and Related Forestry Products
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE