Quantcast Table 5. Lumber, Timber, and Plywood for Marine Use

Share on Google+Share on FacebookShare on LinkedInShare on TwitterShare on DiggShare on Stumble Upon
Custom Search
 
  
 


TABLE 5: LUMBER, TIMBER, AND PLYWOOD
FOR MARINE USE
Lumber, timber, or plywood as in Table 4 that will be used in contact
with salt water or salt water spray will be subject to attack by marine
borers.
Treatment Standard: AWPA C2 - Material Subject to Marine Borer Ex-
posure
Brands: Each piece shall be legibly and permanently branded, marked,
or tagged. An exception can be made when bundled lumber is 1" X 4" or
less in size, when lumber is less than 2" X 4" in size, or when lumber is 36"
or less in length. In these cases, only the exterior faces must be marked.
Example Interpretation
Brand Information
Code Ltrs
Supplier's Brand
ABCO
Company name or logo
Plant Designation
D-86
Location & date treated
and Year of
Treatment
Species of Timber
DFSK
Douglas Fir treated
with ACA
Treatment
Retention(s)
2.5
2.5 pcf (Per spec.)
Code
Acceptable Species
SP
Southern Pine
DF
Coastal Douglas Fir
*GU
Gums
JP
Jack Pine
LP
Lodgepole Pine
*OA
Oaks
RW
Redwood
WH
Western Hemlock
WL
Western Larch
WP
Ponderosa Pine
Note: *Hardwoods are not recommended for use with ACA, CCA,
ACZA.
C-10





 


Privacy Statement - Copyright Information. - Contact Us

Integrated Publishing, Inc.