University of Illinois bulletin, v. 45, no. 67.
|Statement||conducted by the Engineering Experiment Station, University of Illinois.|
|Series||Illinois. University. Engineering Experiment Station. Bulletin series,, no. 379, Bulletin (University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign campus). Engineering Experiment Station) ;, no. 379.|
|LC Classifications||TA424 .K54|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||a 49005167|
Non-pressure treatments of round northern white cedar timbers with creosote. A report of an investigation. By Everett Edgar King. Get PDF (10 MB) Abstract. University of Illinois bulletin, v. 45, no. 67 Topics: Wood -- Preservation Author: Everett Edgar King. (a) Eliminate northern white cedar as an acceptable pole species, and eliminate any reference to it. No manufacturer has produced a northern white cedar pole in over four decades. Given the availability of many other far superior species of trees for use as poles and crossarms, northern white cedar will not be used for poles again. Utility poles treated with creosote are expected to last 60 years, however some utility poles have been known to last over years! In terms of value for money, nothing compares with creosoted timber; the choice of professionals for over years. Bayou Forest Products is a leading supplie r of creosote-treated wood products. Creosote is a treatment that is appropriate for many industrial applications, including railroads, bridges, and marine use. We treat our large Southern Yellow Pine timbers to retention as high as 25 pcf, appropriate for even saltwater submersion.
Preservative chemicals used for the pressure treatment process can be classified into three groups: tar oil based, oil-borne, and water-borne preservatives. Creosote is the most commonly used tar oil preservative chemical. It is often called coal tar creosote because of its close relationship to toluene, benzene, and tar. You may choose between Creosote Pressure Treatment and CCA for a practical, maintenance-free style. About Creosote and CCA Pressure Treatment: Protects wood for more than five times its normal life. Treatment meeting or exceeding AWAPA specifications forces Creosote deep into . Find Cedar dimensional lumber at Lowe's today. Shop dimensional lumber and a variety of building supplies products online at Used motor oil is basically creosote, creosote being a catchall term for very, very heavy hydrocarbons. Creosote is the dregs left over after all the light stuff is refined out. It also forms in engine oil when the high temperatures cause some of it to polymerize -- that's why used motor oil and the gunk on the outside of your engine is black.
The below is a guest post from Mike Honeycutt, Director of Toxicology at the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. Environmental Defense Fund appreciates the agency’s efforts to alert the public about a serious indoor air health issue. At the Toxicology Division of the Texas Commission on En. Northern white cedar is commercially used for rustic fencing and posts, lumber, poles, shingles and in the construction of log cabins. White cedar is the preferred wood for the structural elements, such as ribs and planking, of birch bark canoes and the planking of wooden canoes. Creosote Lumber. Cedar may be our specialty but creosote comes in a close second. As with the Cedar we can cut your creosote to your dimensions. Creosote is used most commonly in trailer decks and horse barns; however, we have seen it used in very . Shop severe weather (actual: 3-in x 4-in x 8-ft) pressure treated landscape timber in the landscape timbers section of ().