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APPENDIX C
TABLE 1: MARINE PILING
Marine pilings are timbers, usually round, that will be used in or near salt
water as a support for a pier or wharf, or as a dolphin or camel-log.
Marine piles are generally subject to attack by marine organisms.
Treatment Standard: AWPA C3 - For Marine Piles
Brands: The producer shall brand each pile at points 5 feet and 10 feet
from the butt end (larger end) of the pile. Each brand shall show as min-
imum:
Example Interpretation
Code Letters
Brand Information
Company name or logo
ABCO
Supplier's Brand
Plant Designation
and Year of
Location & date treated
D-86
Treatment
Species of Timber
and Preservative
Southern pine treated
Treatment
SPCM
marine creosote
20 pcf (per spec.)
Preservative
20
Retention(s)
60 feet (per spec.)
60
Length
Code
Acceptable Species
Southern Pine
SP
DF
Coastal Douglas Fir
Code
Acceptable Preservatives (Check Specifications)
C, CM, TM, CC
Creosote (Code indicates types of creosote)
Ammoniacal Copper Arsenate (ACA)
SB
SK, SC, SJ
Chromated Copper Arsenate (CCA)(Types C, A, B)
SZ
Ammoniacal Copper Zinc Arsenate (ACZA)
Dual treated with creosote and waterborne
CSB, CSK, CSZ
preservative Creosote/ACA, Creosote/CCA
Creosote/ACZA
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