CCA Type-C 60% Wood Preservative
Price upon request
FOB Port of Sillamäe, Estonia.
MOQ: 24 MT ( 1 x 20″ DC )
- PRODUCT NAME: OXIDE CCA-C 60%
- CAS № 37337-13-6
- HS Code: 3808.92.95
- IMO/IMDG/ADR/RID Class: 6.1 PG III
Product description: Wood preservative Chromated/ Copper/ Arsenate – the CCA type C 50-60% is a concentrated mixture of Chromium, Copper, and Arsenic oxides. Is diluted in water and pressure treated into the timber with a vacuum pressure impregnation plant.
Form: Liquid concentrate to be diluted in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions (see below) to give the treating solution a nominal total elemental concentration of copper, chromium and arsenate of 7,3 g/l.
Density (at 200 C), kg/m3: 1,8 max
pH Value: 1,6 – 2,8
Concentration of foreign substance, inclusive S, Zn, Cd, %: 0,01 max
Table 1: Specifications (of CCA treating/working solution)
1,61 – 1,99
9 - 11
2,74 – 3,11
22 – 29
2,32 – 2,93
21 – 26
Total Elements Content (Cu-Cr-As), g/L
Total Oxides Concentration, %
- 20-liter plastic can (33 kg net weight of CCA per can);
- 1000 liter IBC (1570 kg net weight of CCA per IBC);
Application: CCA-treated timber is suitable for all end uses of timber from in ground applications such as piles, utility poles, retaining walls, fences as well as above-ground applications like roof trusses and decks.
Instructions on CCA concentrate dilution: ideally, the entire packaging (can or IBC) should be diluted and mixed at one time. Before decanting part lots, be sure to thoroughly mix the packaging with a suitable non-damaging instrument. Check for any residues on the bottom of the packaging. If found, these should be thoroughly mixed in before decanting.
For wood pressure treatment CCA concentrate to be diluted in cold water in the ratio according to the pressure impregnation requirements (preservative retention and penetration requirements), commodity class, and hazard class.
For more details refer to the Tables 2 and 3 below, as well as to the label on the product’s packaging.
Table 2: Dilution ratio
Weight of CCA 60%
Volume of water
Table 3: Preservative retention and penetration requirements
Use or location
Min (mm) Penetration
Marine environment subject to attack by organisms and fungi
Marine piles Timber in sea water installation
Ground contact or in other situation favorable to decay and insect contact but not in contact with sea water
Transmission poles, Underground mining timber, exterior timber in fresh water installations, Interior timber subject to frequent wetting, exterior always wet
Ground contact but not in contact with sea water
Timber for exterior use in ground contact but not in contact with sea water
Exterior timber in ground contact but not in contact with sea water
Timber for agricultural use transport and refrigeration timber
Timber for exterior use but not in contact with either ground or sea water
Exterior timber not in ground contact
Timber use in the interior and Protected from the weather
Interior timber out of ground contact
Safety and Handling: please refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS). Hippocampus OU supplies Safety Data Sheets to timber treatment companies to assist them in determining what health and safety precautions are necessary.
The MSDS supplied to timber treatment companies cover the products supplied and the precautions to be taken during the use of the product in the timber treatment process. They are not relevant to the final treated timber product and should not be forwarded to end consumers of treated timber products.
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