Probor 20 Wood Treatment

ProBor 20 is a high-performance gel formulation borate fungicide insecticide for large section timbers. It is designed for use against fungal decay and wood-boring insects and is particularly suitable for use against Deathwatch Beetle.

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Our ProBor range of products are based on a water soluble borate, a timber preservative that has been extensively researched over the past 50 years.

Borates have the distinct advantages being low hazardous to the environment and, unlike conventional preservatives, they exhibit superb penetration into damp timber, making them suitable for use in high risk areas such as embedded joist ends, lintels, wall plates, etc.

Key Features & Benefits

  • Easy to apply, by brush or spray
  • Dual purpose: effective against insect attack and fungal decay
  • Excellent penetration
  • Superior performance on wet and dry timber
  • Low odour formulation
  • High strength: up to 20 times more active ingredient than other conventional paste formulations
  • Water-based
  • Eco-friendly

Specification Tip for Design Professionals:

ProBor 20 may be specified by name or by using the following description: a propriety boron based ready to use triple action solution containing 20% active ingredient for treatment against wood boring insects, wood rotting fungi and as a masonry sterilant against dry rot.

Test Results:

  • This product is approved for use under the Control of Pesticides Regulations (1986) for use as directed. HSE No. 10633.

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