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Utilization of blue-stained lumber.

Utilization of blue-stained lumber.

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Published by Forest Products Laboratory, U.S. Forest Service in Madison, Wis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Blue stain.,
  • Wood -- Discoloration.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesTechnical note -- no. 184., Technical note (Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)) -- no. 184.
    ContributionsForest Products Laboratory (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[3] p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18228086M

    In addition, WWPA's Western Woods Use Book ( - 4th edition) (WWUB), the Western Lumber Product Use Manual (A), and Western Lumber Span Tables () are basic reference texts on wood design, structural lumber products and how to use them. Refer to the Literature section to download or order these and other Size: KB.   Chris maybe it's different in the north, but here the "blue stain" is a fungal attack on the wood, similar to splauting. Here it only happens in the softwoods. If the wood is air dried here it will have the stain. If kiln dried quickly, no stain. Doesn't have time to set up in the wood. It's never affected the use-ability of the wood though. Jimmy.

    can i get blue stained pine in Texas Asked by: sweetie Hi sweetie, it looks like this 1 in. x 6 in. x 10 ft. 3 and Better Blue Stain WP4/# Tongue and Groove Pine Board is a store exclusive item and only able to be bought in a Home Depot store.5/5(2). Blue Book Services has been a staple for knowledge and reliability in the produce industry since We bring that same prowess to the lumber and forest products industry. Firms in this market can find new business connections and have access to in-depth Business Reports covering retail lumberyards, wholesalers, industrial accounts, secondary.

    Sawmill products of rough-cut lumber includes 1x6s, 2x4s, 4x4s, 6x6s, 8x8s and custom-cut beams, many with blue-stained wood throughout. Other products include mantles, barn poles, building timbers, log accent (character logs) and firewood. Current Status of Use of Arsenic in Wood Preservative in the U.S. Production of wood preservatives, primarily copper chromated arsenate (CCA), accounted for more than 90% of domestic consumption of arsenic trioxide in Wood treated with CCA is known as “pressure treated wood”.


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Utilization of blue-stained lumber Download PDF EPUB FB2

Authors: Forest Products Laboratory, Publication Year: Publication Series: Technical Note Source: Technical note ; Citation: Forest Products Laboratory Utilization of blue-stained lumber.

Technical note ; ; Keywords: Blue stain, Wood properties, Lumber, Wood destroying fungi, Fungal stains Posted Date: Ma Modified Date: April 9, Other Scholarly Content Utilization of blue-stained lumber Public Deposited. Analytics × Add to.

Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link). blue stain permitted on structural lumber. Usually this occurs only when the lumber will be exposed (for example, in railings, for which only 25% of the surface may contain blue stain).

Structural lumber that will be concealed should not be downgraded for the presence of blue stain. Some people like the decorative look produced in wood by blue Size: KB.

Our Blue-Stained Pine is unique in that it is some of our only inventory that is not reclaimed and recycled lumber, but rather rescued. Source In the Sierra Nevada foothills where the Crossroads Lumber yard is located, there is a Western Bark Beetle epidemic.

Facilitative interactions between these organisms could alter stand dynamics and impact wood utilization strategies. American Wood Protection Association Standard E1–09 choice tests were carried out to determine the feeding preference of Formosan subterranean termites for blue-stained versus unstained southern yellow pine by: Dynamic Search Tools.

Identify new trading partners using in-depth data and a powerful search engine. Real-Time Data. Monitor your trading partners using comprehensive tools. consistent language to use in specifying hardwood lumber transactions. Although the NHLA grading rules are targeted for the U.S. marketplace, a reasonable knowledge is essential for buyers worldwide in order to attain their expected degree of quality.

The grade of lumber purchased by a. Abstract. Heartwood — industrially the most important component of wood — contains many diverse extractives.

These extractives often affect wood utilization and some have been known to be injurious to the health of woodworkers (44) (see Sect. ).Cited by: 4.

The illustrated guide to American hardwood lumber grades Split A lengthwise separation of the wood created as the wood dries. Shake A separation between the annual growth rings. wood. Mold grows on the surface and can be brushed off or smeared, whereas blue stain penetrates deep into the wood and cannot be removed.

What about health and safety concerns. Blue stain poses no health risk, and blue-stained lumber is safe to handle. The same safety rules for using non-stained lumber apply to blue-stained lumber. About Us. Blue Book Services has been the leading credit and marketing information agency for the fresh produce industry sinceand serving the lumber industry since We serve mills, wholesalers, traders and secondary manufacturers by providing current financial and marketing data for lumber companies across the world.

Bluwood is a two part, preconstruction wood protection system. The lumber has a film on it that helps prevent moister from seaping into the wood and also protects against fungus and wood eating insects.

Any lumber can be treated. The film can be applied to any type of lumber from a 2×4 to OSB (Oriented strand. Technical Tip Blue Stain Blue Stain is also known as sapstain since it occurs in the sapwood of a log and not in the heartwood.

It is caused by several types of fungi that only infect green or very moist logs. Although called blue stain the colors these fungi produce can be blue, purple, gray, brown, yellow, orange and occasionally red.

I use this burnt wood finish technique on most (if not all) of my builds. This is a How To get that burnt wood finish or How To stain wood with fire and stain. There's always an argument over if.

TECHNICAL NOTE NUMBER DIVISION OF FOREST PATHOLOGY BUREAU OF PLANT INDUSTRY IN COOPERATION WITH FOREST PRODUCTS LABORATORY UNITED STATES FOREST SERVICE MADISON, WISCONSIN REVISED, APRIL UTILIZATION OF BLUE-STAINED LUMBER Blue stain in sapwood is not a stage of decay. It is due to the presence of fungi quite.

BluWood is approved for most all wood framing components used in residential and approved commercial structures. These Covered Structure components include structural lumber, plywood, OSB, subfloor panel products, engineered wood products, lumber for structural components (truss products), moldings and trim boards.

Minwax Wood Finish Penetrating Interior Wood Stain, 1/2 pint, Classic Gray. Blue stain is not just a problem for lumber. When pulp destined for papermaking is badly stained, it requires more bleaching chemicals, which are expensive and detrimental to the environment.

An infusion of albino blue stain fungi has the potential to be beneficial all around –. Nevertheless, the results were superior to previous attempts to use pressure impregnation to produce spalted wood. Possibly blue stained wood offered a higher permeability due to opened pit membranes, and a higher number of binding sites for pigment to attach into the wood than unstained wood tested in previous works (Johnson and Gjovik, Cited by: 8.

The other coated lumber Mike uses on his shows is Bluwood (an American product) which is coated with a distinctive blue coating that is mold, moisture, and insect resistant. Bluwood resists rot and termite damage, so in a damp climate or a basement, Bluwood is the way to go.CHAPTER IV Wood Use in the United States Summary Americans currently consume about one-fourth of the world’s forest products and have the highest per capita consumption in the world.

At the same time, the United States is the world’s largest producer of wood products, accounting for .The relevant properties of blue stained wood were therefore determined: bending and compression strength, sorption properties, DVS analysis, water uptake, and durability against wood decay fungi.