Symposium on wood for marine use and its protection from marine organisms.

Presented at the second Pacific area national meeting, Los Angeles, Calif., Sept. 17, 1956.
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Marine borers, Wood -- Preserv
Other titlesWood for marine use
SeriesIts Special technical publications, no. 200
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LC ClassificationsTC201 A5
The Physical Object
Pagination52p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17087123M

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The heartwood of oak (e.g. Quercus robur L.), because of its properties, is considered a wood species with enhanced durability to wood-destroying agents – durable, Durability class 2 (PN-ENPN-EN ) and therefore often use in higher use classes (PN-ENPN-EN ).

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