Paints and Sprays
- Applied both on built or dismantled fixtures and on built-in timber structures.
- Timber preservatives can be sprayed on in stationary installations (spray tunnels, booths). Portable jet sprayers are used to provide additional protection to built structures (particularly in hard-to-reach areas).
- The timber’s surface plays a major role in how the preservative is absorbed. Unplaned timber absorbs approximately twice as much preservative per unit area as planed timber. Another factor influencing the intake of preservatives is the slope of the timber. Around a third as much preservative is deposited in vertically-positioned timber as in horizontally-positioned timber.
- See how easily you can impregnate, for example, a fence with coating or a roof structure by spraying.