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Pressure Treated Wood

Pressure Treated Wood is a wood which has been impregnated with preservatives to resist decay and it is not recommended for use in your garden area where vegetables or herbs will grow or are presently growing.

Pressure treating is a process that forces a chemical preservative deep into the wood. The wood product is placed into a humongous cylindrical holding tank, and the tank is depressurized to remove all air. The tank is then filled with the preservative under high pressure, forcing it deeply into the wood. The tank is then drained and the remaining preservative reused. The wood is removed from the tank and prepared for shipment to your local lumberyard.
Posted on May 8th, 2014
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