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Maderas. Ciencia y tecnología

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OBERHOFNEROVA, Eliska; PANEK, Milos  y  GARCIA-CIMARRAS, Alba. The effect of natural weathering on untreated wood surface. Maderas, Cienc. tecnol. [online]. 2017, vol.19, n.2, pp.173-184. ISSN 0718-221X.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-221X2017005000015.

As a result of contemporary ecological and sustainable movements, a number of constructions from wood, as the only renewable building material, is still increasing. In accordance with these trends, wood elements are often left untreated. The presented study is aimed to characterize and compare a surface degradation of untreated wood caused by weathering. Weathering characteristics of softwoods and hardwoods (spruce, pine, Douglas fir, larch, oak, black locust, maple, poplar and alder) during twelve months of exposure in the climatic conditions of Central Europe were determined. All the wood species were characterized by colour and gloss changes and increasing roughness. The lowest discoloration was observed for oak and the highest one for spruce wood, respectively. The lowest changes of roughness were observed for alder, the highest for spruce wood. The depth of colour changes was relatively similar among the softwoods. Regarding hardwoods, it varied more. The values of total colour changes had a significant correlation with the depth values of these colour changes. Maple, alder and poplar samples were characterized by the presence of mould and blue-stain fungi. Douglas fir wood was found to be the most liable for the formation of cracks.

Palabras clave : Central Europe; colour changes; natural weathering; surface roughness; untreated wood.

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