Use and Effects of the Pulsation Preservative Treatment Process on Northeastern Red Spruce
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- Flynn, Kevin A.
University of Maine Graduate School
Wood used for utility and power transmission poles in the Northeast must generally be imported because of the refractory nature of most softwood species native. The pulsation process was investigated in an attempt to treat red spruce with chromated copper arsenate (CCA) because transportation expenses can contribute up to half of the cost of each pole.
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