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Effects of water flow rate and temperature on leaching from creosote-treated wood

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        StatementForest Products Laboratory
        PublishersForest Products Laboratory
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        LC Classifications2002
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        Paginationxvi, 96 p. :
        Number of Pages74
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Oregon standards for optimal salmon and trout rearing and migration call for water temperatures of 64.

Migration of creosote components from timbers treated with creosote and processed using Best Management Practices

The principal causes of attack are: Fungi Decay Fungi are classified as a separate kingdom, with characteristics of both plants and animals, differing from plants in that they have no chlorophyll in their structure.

Obviously, the consequence of this is that the affected timber absorbs moisture more rapidly and favours the development of fungal decay.

Many studies have been conducted using PAHwhich are low molecular hydrocarbons found in some creosote-based preservatives. Corrosion Inhibitors A corrosion inhibitor is any substance which effectively decreases the corrosion rate when added to an environment. To achieve the specified retention of wood-preservative chemicals in the timber, an adequate quantity of treatable sapwood needs to be present.

FENCING POLES ARE SUBJECT TO SEVERE DECAY, BUT IF TREATED TO SPECIFICATION THEY WILL GIVE MANY YEARS OF EXCELLENT SERVICE. Forest Products Society, Madison, WI. Anisole is listed as an acute hazard to aquatic life with long term effects. Thermal modification of wood could reduce hygroscopicity, improve dimensional stability and enhance resistance to mold attack.

Wood may then also be glued or painted. Food materials are transferred through the branches and the trunk to a special layer of tissue just beneath the bark called the cambium where the growth of the tree takes place.

CICADs join the Environmental Health Criteria documents EHCs as authoritative documents on the risk assessment of chemicals. Hartnik T, Norli HR, Eggen T, Breedveld GD January 2007. Paper prepared for the 33rd annual meeting, Cardiff, Wales, 12—17 May 2002.