High stability for Accoya's acetylated wood
September 13, 2016 | 2:52 pm CDT

Accoya's Steve Morrison explains what Accoya is - a branded process for wood treatment called acetylation. Accoya's treated wood has increased durability, stability, performance, and less expansion.

Morrison also said that the company takes radiata pine, a wood that grows fairly quickly, and stabilizes it - ensuring less growth cutting.

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