Lignum Timber Treatments | Woodworm & Dry Rot Treatment
Lignum Universal Wood Preserver is an effective ready-to-use Wood Treatment used to eradicate attack by Wood Boring Insects (Woodworm) and is also suitable for use against Fungal Decay (Dry Rot, Wet Rot and Blue Stain) on timber structures. Lignum Universal Wood Preserver will also further prevent re-infestation.
Lignum Universal Wood Preserver is water-based and is suitable for both interior and exterior use.
Lignum Universal Wood Preserver is DOUBLE the strength of the standard Lignum Wood Preserver.
Lignum Universal Wood Preserver carries the HSE Approval No 9896.
Available in 1 Litre or 5 Litre Containers, Ready to Use Solution.
Lignum Universal Wood Preserver is based on microemulsion technology which produces a formulation with a particle size in the nanometre range. This tiny particle size then allows the formulation to penetrate deep into the wood to deliver active ingredient (a combination of insecticide & fungicides) to prevent and eradicate attack by wood boring insects and prevent timber rot / decay and blue stain.
Lignum Universal Wood Preserver is effective against a wide range of wood rotting fungi (both wet & dry rot) whilst the pyrethroid insecticide is effective against all life stages of wood boring insects (i.e woodworm). It has virtually no odour and can be applied either by brush or low pressure spray to provide lasting protection.
The formulation is water-based producing a non-flammable, quick drying product containing no volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) and is ready to apply direct from the container.
The range of Lignum Timber Treatment products offer solutions to both the DIY and Professional user of timber treatment products under the new European Biocidal Products Regulation.
The Lignum Range of ready to use products offer the convenience and flexibility required by the DIY and professional user to carry out timber treatments in and around the home.
Ready-to-use Product - No Diluting Required
Kills Active Infestations of Wood Boring Insects and Prevents Re-Infestation
Prevents Fungal Decay (Dry Rot & Wet Rot) and Blue Stain
Interior and Exterior Use
Certified to European & Industry Standards
Microemulsion Water Based Formulation
BS EN Certification
Permethrin 2.5g/L: A commonly used Pyrethroid Insecticide which has excellent efficacy against a wide range of wood boring insects.
Propiconazole 7.5g/L: A Triazole Fungicide which has excellent efficacy against a range of wood destroying fungi.
IPBC (3-Iodo-2-Propynyl Butyl Carbamate) 2.5g/L: A Carbamate Fungicide which is added to improve the efficacy envelope even further providing excellent efficacy against a range of wood staining fungi.
The active ingredients in the formulation is sourced from and supplied by manufacturers who have supported the compound through the Biocidal Products Directive [98/8 EC] or more recently the Biocidal Products Regulations [528/2012] and in compliance with Article 95 of the Biocidal Products Regulation.
Lignum Wood Preserver is being supported under the European Biocidal Products Regulation [528/2012]. Efficacy of this product has been proven to industry established and European standards.
Take the usual labour hygiene into account.
PPE should be worn during application. See our Safety & PPE Products.
Consult label and material safety data sheet for more information.
Wood should be clean and free from wood dust and other contaminants.
Apply by Brush or Low Pressure Spray.
Approximately 100ml - 300/m² (1L of treatment per 3.3m² - 10m² depending on use)
Product is touch dry in 1 hour depending on wood and ambient conditions. Unprotected persons and animals should be kept away from treated surfaces for 48 hours or until dry.
Product does not have a finish and leaves the same effect as applying water or solvent. It is always advisable to try on a small inconspicuous area before application to ensure product finish is as expected.
Product is stable in original packaging for 2 years when stored under ambient conditions. After 2 years product should be re-tested every 6 months to ensure active ingredient levels are within specification.
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