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Re: Pressure Treated Wood

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I have found "Selection and Use of Pressure-Treated Wood" published by
the Forest Products Society as their Publication No. 7299 to be a good
reference on the subject. They can be reached at 608-231-1361. I think
it costs about $15.  Worth the bucks.

Bob Fennema, PE
San Diego, CA 

James F Fulton wrote:
> What specs apply to pressure treating wood ? I see tags on landscaping
> timbers like 6x6x8 that say "Ground Contact", "0.40 PCF", and "CCA-C". I
> assume this means the wood contains chromated copper arsenate at the rate of
> .4 lbs of cca per cubic foot of wood. Are there applications that require
> would a higher rate of cca ? Thanks.