Introduction to the types of frost damage

Oct. 27,2020

1. When installing the floor with anticorrosive wood, the width of the keel should be 50 cm, not too wide or too narrow. When handling the keel, you should also use anti-corrosion materials to delay the life of the entire floor. When laying the floor, pay attention to distinguish the front and back of the anti-corrosion material, and place the relatively well-treated side on the upside to make it wear longer.

2. There is no need to add any protective coatings when installing, and the anti-corrosion wood itself has anti-corrosion effect and has a certain degree of protection. If consumers are not very satisfied with the color of the anti-corrosive wood they have purchased, when they need to change the treatment, it is recommended to use oil-based or water-based paint for treatment, so that the performance of the two coatings can coexist and will not affect the anti-corrosion wood. Cause damage.

Types of frost damage and key tips for rescue wood manufacturers:

1. Broken shoots (including broken stems). This kind of damaged forest trees cannot regain their growth after the snow melts and needs to be cleared and used in time.

2. Bend and oblique. Most of these damaged trees can be restored to their original state after the snow melts, and they have little impact on growth and development and need to be preserved. During the snow pressure period, the snow on the tree canopy should be removed to the greatest extent in time.


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