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Biological durability of wood in relation to end-use - Part 1. Towards a European standard for laboratory testing of the biological durability of wood
Quantitative assessment of the penetration of water-borne and solvent-borne wood coatings in Scots pine sapwood.
The significance of accelerated laboratory testing methods determining the natural durability of wood.
Performance of finishes on wood that is chemically modified by acetylation.
The development of blue-stain in service in sapwood of European softwood species
Effect of leaching temperature and water acidity on the loss of metal elements from CCA treated timber in aquatic applications, part 2: semi-industrial investigation
Effect of process conditions on moisture content and decay resistance of hydro-thermally treated wood.
Quantitative analysis of the penetration of water-borne primers into wood by means of fluorescence microscopy. Advances in Exterior Wood Coatings and CEN Standardisation, 19-21 October 1998, Brussels, 1998, 16p.
Laboratory testing of wood natural durability in soil-bed assay. The International Research Group on Wood Preservation, IRG/WP 98-20141, 1998, 15p.
Criteria for basidiomycete testing and ways of defining natural durability classes. The International Research Group on Wood Preservation, IRG/WP 98-20144, 1998, 19p.