TERMITE CONTROL INVESTIGATION. INSPECTION OF SPECIMENS AFTER 64 MONTHS EXPOSURE
From the data secured during the inspection of treated specimens of oak, fir and pine species after 64 months exposure, it seems logical to conclude that: 1) Coal Tar Creosote is affording more resistance to decay and termite attack than the other preservatives.
- See also RRIS #072587, Section 09, RRIS Bulletin 7501 and RRIS #084949, 084950 and #084952 through 084956, Section 01, RRIS Bulletin 7502. Conducted under sponsorship AREA Committee 3- Ties and Wood Preservation.
Chicago, IL United States 60616
- Publication Date: 1963-2
- Features: Figures; Tables;
- Pagination: 14 p.
- TRT Terms: Creosote; Deterioration; Pest control; Preservation; Railroad ties; Termites; Wood preservatives; Wood ties
- Old TRIS Terms: Creosoting; Cross tie deterioration; Cross tie preservation; Termite control; Wooden cross ties
- Subject Areas: Construction; Railroads;
- Accession Number: 00084951
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: Association of American Railroads
- Report/Paper Numbers: ER-38
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Jun 10 1975 12:00AM