Pink is tough: A quick guide to timber treatment for enclosed framing

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1/04/2011

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Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
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Section 175 guidance
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Description

If you're using radiata pine or Douglas fir timber for enclosed framing in buildings, the Building Code states it must be treated to hazard class H1.2. This guidance may help you to understand how H1.2 works and why you need to treat timber used for framing.

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Description

If you're using radiata pine or Douglas fir timber for enclosed framing in buildings, the Building Code states it must be treated to hazard class H1.2. This guidance may help you to understand how H1.2 works and why you need to treat timber used for framing.

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Pink is tough: A quick guide to timber treatment for enclosed framing
Description

If you're using radiata pine or Douglas fir timber for enclosed framing in buildings, the Building Code states it must be treated to hazard class H1.2. This guidance may help you to understand how H1.2 works and why you need to treat timber used for framing.

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