Anticorrosive wood and carbonized wood are actually two different materials. Although their functions are very similar, they differ in appearance and use. However, many people do not know how to distinguish between the two products when choosing and purchasing them. Below, the editor of the Anticorrosive Wood manufacturer will share the method of distinguishing between the two products.
The two materials actually have no significant differences in function. They are both durable, insect resistant, and anti-corrosion wood materials. Many people believe that carbonized wood is a material for indoor use, while anti-corrosion wood is a material for outdoor use. However, in fact, anti-corrosion wood is also considered to be suitable for indoor use. Corrosive wood and carbonized wood still have significant differences in appearance, which is very easy to distinguish.
Preservative wood is made by controlling moisture in the wood and injecting preservatives under high pressure, so its cross section will show a light green color; "The processing of carbonized wood is made by destroying the internal nutritional structure of the wood and killing insect eggs under high temperature and oxygen free environments. Therefore, the wood grain will be more profound, and the surface carbonized wood will have significant carbonization, and the wood color of the cross section is the same as that of normal wood.".
The preservative wood manufacturer reminds everyone that when purchasing wood, it is important to find a reputable manufacturer, because parameters such as the liquid permeability and cross-sectional color of wood can be obtained by observing the appearance, but the moisture content inside the wood cannot be obtained by simple observation. If the moisture inside the wood is too high or excessively dry, it is very easy to deform or crack, which can seriously affect our use.
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