Roxil Wood Preserver
Roxil Wood Preserver is a liquid wood preservative that penetrates deeply into timber  and defends them against mould, rot, fungal attack and woodworm infestation.
The powerful formulation can be applied by brush, roller or spray and is designed specifically to work as an undercoat for Roxil Wood Protection Cream for an unbeatable combined performance.
Rot and Fungal Attack
Most buildings and structures that use wood as part of their construction are at risk from rot and fungal attack. These problems can severely reduce the structural integrity of a construction.
Roxil Wood Preserver’s deeply penetrating and powerful formula will not only prevent rot and fungal attack in wood but will also prevent further progress of existing cases.
Woodworm infestations can be active long before any visible symptoms, such as exit holes, begin to show. The ideal place for woodworm to nest is warm and damp wood. The infestations can be extremely destructive.
Roxil Wood Preserver penetrates into the wood and kills any woodworm larvae that are present. It will also prevent future infestations.
Compatible with Roxil Wood Protection Cream
Roxil Wood Preserver is fully compatible for use before an application of Roxil Wood Protection Cream. The combined performance of both products will give protection against mould / algae growth, warping, rain penetration, rot, fungal attack and woodworm infestation.
It is also possible to overcoat Roxil Wood Preserver with a suitable weatherproof paint if a specific finish is required.
Roxil Wood Preserver Application
 Vulnerable absorbent wood such as softwood timber and weathered hardwoods.
|Recipe Type||Liquid, water-based|
|Size(s) & Packaging||5 litre and 1 litre jerry cans|
|Coverage ||1 litre covers 8 m2. A 5 litre pack covers 40 m2|
|Storage||Store product in tightly closed original container at temperatures above 0°C and below 30°C. Keep out of reach of children|
|Shelf Life||24 months|
|Active Ingredient(s)||Propoconazole, Permethrin, IPBC|
|Effective Against||Wood destroying, wood discolouring fungi and woodworm|
|Efficacy Test Data||BS EN 46-1, BS EN 84, BS EN 113 & BS EN 152|