What kind of preservative wood is generally used for outdoor landscapes?

1. The Russian sylvestris pine can be directly treated with high-pressure infiltration for full-section anti-corrosion treatment. Its excellent mechanical performance and beautiful texture are recommended by designers and engineers. The Russian sylvestris pine anti-corrosion material has a wide range of applications, such as wooden planks, pavilions and courtyards, pavilions, pavilions, waterside corridors, flower stand fences, walkways, piers, children’s play areas, flower beds, garbage cans, outdoor furniture, outdoor environments, and hydrophilic environments. It can be used for projects such as indoor and outdoor structures. Due to its unique anti-corrosion process, all architectural works can be preserved for a long time.

2. Western red cedar is the highest grade preservative wood in North America. It has the properties of alcohol and antiseptic, anti-insect, long life and non-deformation. It is suitable for high humidity environments, such as saunas, bathrooms and kitchens, and can be used to make cabinets, wardrobes, etc. It is high quality natural preservative wood. Red cedar is also one of the lightest commercial softwoods, excellent for its sound and thermal insulation properties, as well as its ease of transportation and installation.

3. Ponderosa pine (also known as southern pine) has the best strength, has excellent nail holding power, and is the strongest western cork. Preservative and pressure-treated Douglas fir, the preservative can reach the wood core. It can be cut arbitrarily during the installation process, and the section does not need to be painted with anti-corrosion paint. The product can be used in seawater or river water, it will never be corroded, and its anti-corrosion ability can be maintained for 50 years.

4. European red pine has the characteristics of anti-rot, anti-termite and anti-fungal after special anti-corrosion treatment. It is specially used in outdoor environment and can be in direct contact with water and soil. It is the first choice for wooden floors, fences, bridges, planks and other wooden pieces in outdoor garden landscapes.

5. Pineapple lattice is the most stable among the existing wood flooring species. Pineapple lattices are classified into “red pineapple” and “yellow pineapple” due to slight differences in color. Large-diameter wood and tree roots are reddish, darker, and of better quality; small-diameter wood and treetops are yellowish and lighter in color. better. Pineapple grid is the main floor on the market, and it is a cost-effective material.

6. Finnish wood belongs to outdoor preservative wood that has been artificially preservative, treated with ACQ preservative under pressure and KDAT (secondary kiln drying). Finnish preservative wood is vacuum degreased, and water-soluble preservative ACQ is poured into a closed high-pressure warehouse, so that the preservative is immersed in the deep cells of the wood, so that the wood has the functions of anti-fungal, anti-rot, anti-termite and other parasites, and It has high density, high strength, good nail holding power, clear texture and decorative effect.

7. Hemlock is currently the most elegant and versatile tree species on the North American market. In terms of strength, it is slightly lower than Ponderosa pine, which is more suitable for anti-corrosion treatment. Hemlock maintains a stable form and size, does not shrink, expand, warp or twist, and is resistant to tanning. Hemlock can maintain the color of new sawing after perennial sun exposure, has very good nail holding power and excellent adhesion performance, can accept various surface coatings, and is very wear-resistant, it is suitable for various outdoor uses. economical wood.

Post time: Oct-13-2022