Optimization of a method to evaluate varnish adherence degree of treated wood

  • M. E. Sanchez INIA
  • M. T. de Troya INIA
  • A. Navarrete INIA
  • A. Guijarro INIA
Keywords: Wood preservation, exterior joinery, adherence, varnish

Abstract

The conditions of the services of the wood used in exterior joinery (hazard class 3) make it easily attackable by wood decay and blue-stain fungi. In consequence is necessary a priming preventive treatment, followed by a decorative coating (EN-152, EN-330). In several occasions, the priming treatment applied to the wood can produce some problems of incompatibility with the coating products (lackering, paints and varnishes). In this work has been optimized a methodology to determine the surface coating compatibility with the treated wood. The proposed method permit to quantity the adherence degree of the decorrative products in a simple and precise way.

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Published
1993-06-01
How to Cite
SanchezM. E., de TroyaM. T., NavarreteA., & GuijarroA. (1993). Optimization of a method to evaluate varnish adherence degree of treated wood. Forest Systems, 2(1), 115-119. https://doi.org/10.5424/504
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Research Articles