AWPA


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AWPAAmerican Wood Preservers Association
AWPAAmerican Wire Producers Association
AWPAAustralian Women Pilots' Association (est. 1950)
AWPAAustralia West Papua Association Sydney (Spit Junction, New South Wales, Australia)
AWPAAir and Water Pollution Abatement (Scientific symposium)
AWPAAgricultural Workers Protection Act
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Current pressure treatment standards for framing lumber specify boron retention of 2.7 kg/[m.sup.3] (as [B.sub.2][O.sub.3]) for most applications and a higher retention (4.5 kg/[m.sup.3]) for locations with Formosan subterranean termites (AWPA 2011c).
Specimens of unexposed WPC #8 were tested for decay resistance by soil block cultures according to AWPA E10 (AWPA 2007) or ASTM D1413 (ASTM International 2010).
Each board face and edge with substantial sections of sapwood was visually rated on the 0 to 5 scale specified in AWPA E29-13 for blue stain and mold, where 0 represents no growth and 5 represents very heavy fungal growth.
So, instead of trying to shoehorn a certain product into a use, the AWPA defined the use and assigned a category so products could be developed to match those conditions.
Australian Workforce and Productivity Agency (AWPA) (2014), Work Integrated Learning: AWPA Scoping Paper, AWPA, Canberra.
Os azoles e quaternarios de amonio sao eficientes fungicidas, capazes de inibir a acao dos fungos tolerantes ao cobre (AWPA, 2007).
In: Annual Book of AWPA Standards, Birmingham, AL., pp: 364-372.
He is a member of the American Wire Producers Association (AWPA).
The American Wood Protection Association (AWPA), Birmingham, Al., has awarded its 2008 Award of Merit to Alan Ross, of Kop-Coat, Inc.
Those attending an Aboriginal professional Women's Association (AWPA) event of which Clark is founder and president, rest assured she will have looked after every detail to make it a success.
NextlnWine's first "initiative" is The Alternative Wine Packaging Alliance (AWPA).
The decay test was carried out in accordance with the AWPA E10-12 "Standard Method of Testing Wood Preservatives by Laboratory Soil-Block Cultures" (American Wood Protection Association 2012).