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Inspecting and treating western redcedar and Douglas fir poles in service

R. D. Graham

Inspecting and treating western redcedar and Douglas fir poles in service

by R. D. Graham

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Published by Forest Research Laboratory, Oregon State University in Corvallis, Or .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wood poles.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby R.D. Graham, and J.S. Mothershead.
    SeriesInformation circular / Forest products research. Oregon state university -- no. 21., Information circular (Oregon State University. Forest Research Laboratory) -- 21.
    ContributionsMothershead, J. S., Oregon State University. Forest Research Laboratory.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination34 p. ;
    Number of Pages34
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16136380M

    TREE DAMAGE FROM SKYLINE LOGGING IN A WESTERN LARCH/DOUGLAS-FIR STAND Robert E. Benson and Michael J. Gonsior USDA Forest Service Research Paper I NT Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service This file was created by scanning the printed by: 5. Long-term Results from EP Douglas-fir, Lodgepole Pine, and Hybrid Spruce Responses to Mechanical Site Preparation in the Interior Douglas-fir and Sub–Boreal Spruce Zones of South-central British Columbia T.A. Newsome, J.L. Heineman, and A.F.L. Nemec.

    Wood WORKS! BC Wood played a starring role in the Courtenay City Hall renovation. With a mandate to use local products as much as possible, Western red cedar and Douglas fir were natural choices. Historically these were harvested and milled in the Comox Valley, and they remain a favourite option for local building materials. as ‘most resistant’ with an expected average service life of at least 20 years were heartwood of Douglas-fir, western white pine, redwood,Eucalyptus sp., red and white oak, lodgepole pine, ponderosa pine, western red cedar and sapwood of redwood, white oak and red oak. No woods fell into the.

    Steaming (Douglas-fir (coast) and Western Larch): Douglas-fir (coast) and western larch poles which are to be treated with waterborne preservatives and which have not been Boulton dried may be steamed at a maximum temperature of °F. BC Hydro Representatives Raymond Irving – Field Manager, Terry Giesbrecht – Pole Maintenance Coordinator, Spencer Nicholson – Pole Maintenance Coordinator, Rene Roddick – Vegetation/Pest Biologist,


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Inspecting and treating western redcedar and Douglas fir poles in service by R. D. Graham Download PDF EPUB FB2

Available is this 34 page pamphlet titled "Information Circular 21 June - Inspecting and Treating Western Redcedar and Douglas Fir Poles in Service" by R.D.

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Fischer. Development over 25 years of Douglas-fir, western hemlock, and western redcedar planted at various spacings on a very good site in British Columbia by Reukema, Donald L; Smith, J.

Harry G; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.). Some poles are treated with preservatives and put into service while they still have high internal moisture content.

As checks on these poles continue to deepen, they expose untreated wood to attack by wood destroying organisms, so the poles decay internally. Preventing and Stopping Internal Decay of Douglas Fir Poles Preventing and Stopping Internal Decay of Douglas Fir Poles Graham, Robert D.

Introduction Internal decay of treated wood products was recognized in by Boulton while discussing the confirmation of Pasteur's germ theory by Tyndall, who showed that germs fall from the air by exposing tubes of agar.

Inspecting and treating western redcedar and douglas fir poles in service / (Corvallis: Oregon State University, Forest Research Laboratory, ), by R.

Graham, J. Mothershead, and Oregon State University. Forest Research Laboratory (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). THE OESER COMPANY – Since The Oeser Company is a manufacturer of Coastal Douglas Fir and Western Red Cedar utility poles.

Our corporate office, pole manufacturing, treating plant, and storage facility are located on a 26 acre industrial site in Bellingham, Washington. Bellingham is conveniently located between Seattle, Washington and Vancouver, British Columbia.

Northern Red Pine (grown and sold), Western Red Cedar and Douglas Fir (sold), Lodgepole (some sold MN, but not likely) and Southern Pine.

Environmental Concerns: This pertains to both the perception and the anticipated disposal issues of the preservative, not the species. Poles with heavy metals and or carcinogens are at issue. of trees. Common species of wood poles include southern yellow pine, Douglas fir, western red cedar, and northern red pine.

The trees are harvested, milled to a length and class, and treated with a preservative. Utility engineers, staking technicians, and linemen must select the correct length and class poles to safely support. The cedar book inspiration for the use of western red cedar / Jim Taggart.

ISBN 1. Building,Wooden. n redcedar. NAT35 C Cover:Yale Sculpture Building an Gallery, photo: Peter Aaron/Esto PRODUCED WITH THE GENER OUS SUPPORT OF WESTERN RED CEDAR EXPORT ASSOCIATION.

Snag persistence differed substantially among Douglas-fir, western hemlock and western redcedar. The very short median fall time for redcedar (5 years) seems inconsistent with the high decay resistance of the heartwood and the potential for persistence documented for large redcedar snags (Daniels et al., ).

The redcedar snags in our sample Cited by: Borderline Lumber Service provides quality Canadian douglas fir and red cedar lumber to wholesale and retail clients on specification and on time.

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After all, they set poles and repeatedly climbed them to /5(6). Douglas-fir is seen as a first class wood for the manufacturing of sashes, doors and windows. The wood is also used to produce a wide variety of products including general millwork, flooring, furniture, cabinets, veneer, vats, ship and boat construction, transmission poles, and marine pilings.

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Borderline Lumber Service supplies timbers and lumber to a variety of clients, from window and. Western Red Cedar is still an important timber tree today although the second-growth wood is not as resistant to decay, as was the old-growth wood. The production of Cedar shakes and shingles was a big business in the last century, but has declined due to limited availability of old-growth wood and building codes designed to reduce the risk of.

Grading rules for douglas fir, pacific coast hemlock (west coast hemlock), sitka spruce, and western red cedar lumber for export shipment by West Coast Lumbermen's Association.,Pacific Lumber Inspection Bureau edition, in English - Ed.

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was western red cedar wood treated with pentachlorophenol prior to installation. Western red cedar tree has a small sapwood zone ( to cm, to in) relative to pine ( to cm, to in) or douglas fir ( to cm, to in).

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