ANTI-BLEU F10 provides freshly converted timber with temporary protection from blue stain fungus.
Free from propiconazole
Propiconazole is reproductive toxicant in the 1B category of CMR chemicals
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Treat timber directly after its conversion from logs
Do not manufacture the converted timber straight after treatment
Dip the freshly converted timber in ANTI-STAIN F10 for 3-5 minutes
Stack the freshly converted timber using pre-treated planks to separate each layer so that ANTI-STAIN F10 can penetrate the wood easily
Do not treat or store the timber in tightly packed stacks
Make sure the freshly converted timbers can dry properly after treatment
Leave timbers to dry until their moisture content falls below 22%. This happens automatically when their surface area is properly ventilated.
Proper ventilation is crucial for a satisfactory result.
It takes a minimum of 24 hours for the timber to absorb ANTI-BLEU F10 in a sheltered area. We recommend that you continue to store the timber in a sheltered area after treatment until the moisture content falls to the level required for construction purposes.
For professional use only
HANDLE BIOCIDES WITH CARE
READ THE LABEL AND PRODUCT INFORMATION BEFORE USE
FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY
PACKAGINGVat: 200 kg
IBC container: 1,000 kg
Dilution : 5% per volume of water
5 kg of concentrate with 95 l of water
PROPERTIESDensity: 1 = 20°C (+/- 0.03)
Flashpoint: not applicable
Fungicide: quaternary ammoniums / IPBC / diamine