Timber Preservation 2nd Edition - May 1947

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There is a surprising lack of knowledge about wood preservation amongst countless consumers of timber. This is particularly to be deplored as it has resulted in the waste of large quantities oftimber due to the use of kinds not naturally durable under adverse conditions. If such timber had been treated before being put into service, it would probably have lasted as many years as it has actually lasted months; thus saving material, labour, money and transport.

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