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In contrast to untreated wood, the bonding performance of acetylated and heat-treated wood joints varied strongly in relation to processing techniques.
Keywords Accelerated aging, Heat-treated wood, Organic and inorganic UV absorber, UV degradation, UV protective coating
Serraj, M, **Wettability of Heat-treated Wood." Holzforschung, 57 (3) 301-307 (2003)
Chemical changes in hydrothennal treated wood: FTIR analysis of combined hydrothermal and dry heat-treated wood. Holz Roh- Werkst.
In addition, many treaters offered so-called heat-treated wood. In some instances, this wood was prepared by burning the wood surface and then brushing or sandblasting off the char.
The reduced strength of heat-treated wood is a disincentive for its extensive use in structural applications where high-strength quality is important.
Changes in color and dimensional stability properties of the oil heat-treated wood were examined after (1) heat treatment and (2) accelerated UV weathering.
Therefore, the use of heat-treated wood in load-bearing applications is not suggested (Anonymous 2003).
Durability of heat-treated wood. Document IRG/WP 99-40145.
Hemicelluloses are hydrolyzed during heat treatment, and this decreases the hygroscopity of heat-treated wood (Winandy and Smith 2006).