Anti-corrosion wood floor performance treatment method

- Nov 14, 2018-


1. Natural, environmentally friendly and safe (the wood is the original color, slightly greenish)

2, anti-corrosion wood anti-corrosion, anti-mildew, anti-mite, anti-termite invasion.

3, improve the stability of wood, anti-corrosion wood is more important for the protection of outdoor wooden structures.

4, anti-corrosion wood is easy to paint and color, according to design requirements, can achieve beautiful results.

5, can meet a variety of design requirements, easy to make a variety of horticultural landscape quality wood preservative production.

6. Anti-corrosion wood is especially sensitive to wet soil or hydrophilic effect, and it can be used for more than 15-50 years in various outdoor climates.


The treatment method of anti-corrosion wood floor, the internationally accepted method for anti-corrosion treatment of wood is: using an unsuitable water-based preservative, pressing the preservative into the wood while pressing the wood in a closed vacuum tank fiber. The pressure-treated wood is more stable and the preservative can effectively prevent mold, termites and insects from invading the wood. This allows the treated wood to have excellent corrosion resistance for long-term use in harsh outdoor environments.


The treatment of anti-corrosion wood flooring is divided into two major processes: one: vacuum high pressure impregnation, two: high temperature qualitative

1. Vacuum high pressure impregnation This process is a key step in antiseptic treatment. Firstly, the physical process of preservative into the interior of the wood is realized. At the same time, the chemical reaction process of the active ingredients of some preservatives and starch, cellulose and sugar in wood is completed. , thereby destroying the living environment of bacteria and insects that cause wood decay, and effectively improving the outdoor anti-corrosion performance of wood.

2. High-temperature characterization: Continue to allow the preservative to penetrate into the interior of the preservative wood as uniformly as possible at high temperatures, and continue to complete the chemical reaction process between the active ingredients of the preservative and the starch, cellulose and sugar in the wood. Further destroy the living environment of bacteria and insects that cause wood decay.