Timber insecticide

An insecticide treatment is applied to the timber to give it sufficient properties to resist termites and wood-boring insect larvae (Capricorn beetles, lyctus beetles, woodworm, etc.) in buildings or other timber structures.

Our timber insecticide treatment products come in different forms: liquid – mainly water-based micro-emulsions, or gel. They are applied by soaking, sprinkling, spraying or in an autoclave.

Some of our insecticide products also have other complementary properties to termite or wood-boring insect protection, such as fungicide, fire-proofing or staining properties.