Karine Tests on Preservative Treated Timber at Shoreham 9th annual report - December 1965

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This is the ninth anwaJ. report on the preservative treated timbers exposed in Shoreham Harbour. Sussex. The work is carried out in co-operation with the British Wood Preserving Association. The report describes the results of marine exposure on thirty four different preservative treatments. At present eleven preservative treatments remain on test.

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