Antiseptic wood is to artificially add chemical preservatives to general wood to make it have the characteristics of anti-corrosion, moisture-proof, anti fungi, anti insects and ants, anti mildew and waterproof. It can directly touch the soil and humid environment. It is often used in outdoor floors, projects, scenes, anticorrosive wood flower racks, etc. for people to rest and enjoy the natural beauty. It is an ideal material for outdoor floors, garden scenes, wooden swings, entertainment facilities, wooden plank roads, etc. it is deeply loved by horticultural designers. However, with the development of science and technology, anticorrosive wood has become very environmentally friendly, Therefore, it is often used in interior decoration, flooring and furniture, and interior decoration designers also love antiseptic wood.
Scientific research shows that: compared with the treated wood substitute products, they last longer, need less power, have less pollution emission, are produced than most other building materials, and the price of anticorrosive wood is cheap. They are widely used in outdoor and landscape construction. Preservative wood saves a renewable natural resource. In the process of service, preservative treated wood does not obviously penetrate into the ground or waterway. The correct operation and use of the treated preservative wood is not harmful to human health, animals and marine organisms.
The wood for indoor use is usually treated by drying, which can effectively avoid wood deformation. There are many drying treatments for outdoor anti-corrosion wood, that is, soaking the wood in anti-corrosion potion can effectively avoid wood pedantry, so the price is a little more expensive than indoor.
There is also a preservative free wood - deep carbonized wood, also known as heat treated wood. Carbonized wood is to carbonize the useful nutritional components of wood and achieve the purpose of anti-corrosion by blocking the nutritional chain of the livelihood of circuitous fungi.