Treating wood is a 'must'
for product sustainability
Wood can be a potential target for larvae, xylophagous insects (woodborers), as well as wood-rotting fungi if conditions are favourable for these biological agents to develop. Wood resistance to these spoilage agents varies depending on the species of wood. Applying a preservation treatment is the only way of ensuring the protection required whenever wood durability is insufficient.
The 6 key roles of treatment:
- To protect the wood from insect attacks
- To protect the wood from termites
- To protect the wood from fungi
- To ensure construction reliability and sustainability over the long term
- To comply with standards and building regulations
- To provide optimal durability guarantees