Timber Treatment Plant Specialists


If you are reading this then you are probably thinking of getting a treatment plant of your own, if that's the case, welcome - you have come to the right place.

People tend to want their own plant for a variety of reasons ...
- To minimimise wood haulage costs
- To be in control of treating quality
- To minimise internal treating costs
- To do third party treating themselves
- To be able to treat when they need to.

Whatever your reason, you obviously feel that it might be a good time to invest in having your own treatment plant. So what do you do next?

That's an easy one.

TSL run weekly seminars about how to go about getting a plant of your own. In the seminar we cover ...
- Which plant type to get and why.
- Planning issues
- Plant costs and running costs
- Fluid provision
- Equipment suppliers
- Best treating practice
- Plant commisioning (and decommisioning)

This course has been developed because people call us every day; asking the same questions about treating timber; so much so that a seminar was the obvious answer. It gives us the time to explain things in detail and at the end of the process you will know if a treatment plant really is for you and what to do next about it.

Useful Links

TRADA
Timber Research and Development Association

BWPDA
British Wood Preserving and Damp proofing Association

TTF
Timber Trade Federation

TRA
Trussed Rafters Association

NETTA
North East Timber Trade Association

STTA
Scottish Timber Trade Association

PEFC
Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification scheme

FSC
Forestry Stewardship Council

TDA
Timber Decking Association

Construction Chemicals(UK)Ltd
Woodworm Treatment

TTJ Online
Timber Trade Journal Online

 

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