Information On The Process Of Tanalising
Your product has been manufactured in pressure treated softwood (Scandinavian Redwood). This process is often referred to as tanalising. Tanalising involves impregnation with Tanalith E (environmentally friendly) wood preservative under controlled conditions in a vacuum pressure timber impregnation plant. When impregnated into the timber the chemicals become fixed into the timber and cannot be removed. At times the treatment leaves a green residue on the surface which will normally wear off with use. This is a feature that occurs but is not considered a blemish, the residue is not harmful.
The treatment described above gives softwood the qualities of a long service life and long term protection from fungal and insect attack.
Tanalised Pressure Treated Timber.
TANALITH pressure treated timber is timber which has been impregnated with TANALITH wood preservative under controlled conditions in a vacuum pressure timber impregnation plant.
TANALITH is a water based wood preservative that contains copper and proven organic biocides. When impregnated into the timber the preservative components bond with the wood structure and cannot easily be removed.
TANALITH pressure treated timber has a long term protection against fungal and insect attack, including termites, for both in and out of ground contact, interior and exterior applications when treated to the correct end use specification.
Perfect for Fencing, Decking, Leisure Wood, Playground Equipment and General Building Applications.