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Leveraging upon our immense experience, we are affianced in supplying an optimum quality Wood Preservative LB (Liquid Boron) Composition. The provided composition is well suited for the protection of timber and composites from insects, fungi, borer and termites. This composition is formulated under expertsï¿½ strict surveillance by utilizing optimum grade chemical compounds at our premises. Also, we put forth this Wood Preservative LB (Liquid Boron) Composition in vivid packaging options.
Woodworth Wood Preservative
LB (Liquid Boron) Composition
Product - Woodworth LB is a new generation water soluble wood preservative for the protection of timber and composites against insects, fungi, termites and borer. It is a third generation preservative based on innovative technology using DOT as the base. Quats in the form of alkyl benzyl dimethyl ammonium chloride has been incorporated for additional protection. Preservatives of these kinds have been extensively used in USA, UK, Canada, Australia, other European countries etc. for the treatment of residential timber. The product is clear and is in liquid form. It is very readily soluble in water and has a mild detergent odor.
Application - Woodworth LB is used for all types of timber products e.g. doors, windows, Furniture to be used for the residential purposes. It can also be used as a glue line additive for enhanced protection especially in the case of Urea Formaldehyde (UF).
Efficacy - It is highly effective preservative against decay, fungi, termites and marine organism as well.
Recommended Solution Strength - The most effective solution strength will depend on timber species, climate, storage conditions, transportation method and length of protection required. Normally this is in the range of 3%â€5% of the product in water. For glue line the ideal dosage shall be about 10% of glue i.e. UF.
Method of Application - Vacuum/ Pressure method to achieve desired result in the case of timber. For the composites like fibre boards, glue line poisoning is recommended.
Mixing - Fill the mixing tank with half the required volume of clean water. The concentrate should then be added to the water, agitated and then final volume of water added as the agitation continues. Please note that there may be some initial foaming in some cases when it is mixed with water. But the foam shall gradually go away as the agitation is done.
Colour - The treated timber does not undergo any colour change. The solution itself may has a very light greenish tone.
Fixation/Drying - It is essential that treated timber is allowed to dry gradually in order to allow fixation of the preservative salt on the timber.
i) It should be used as per recommendation of Standards or
ii) LB treated timber can be painted, polished or varnished.
iii) Carpentry as far as possible should be done before treatment, so as to
retain preservative on the surface of the timber.
iv) Fairly dry timber (moisture content not exceeding 30%) should be
selected to ensure proper penetration of preservative.
v) Treated timber after drying is not harmful to humans and domestic
Store the preservative in cold place under shed. It should not be accessible