Treated wood with CCA

The sale of treated wood in any size, protected against biological agents, fungi, and pests. Outdoor durability of more than 25 years.

Our company manufactures treated wood in a variety of presentations, including:

There are tables, planks, polynes, beams, and irons, as well as gualdras and andirons.

How does autoclaved wood work?

   Using an autoclave and applying the Bethell treatment system       (vacuum-pressure-vacuum) with water-soluble copper, chromium, and arsenic salts, wood is protected from xylophagous organisms and rot.

AWPA (American Wood Protection Association) norms and standards govern the treatment we apply. Each purchase comes with a certificate containing information on the wood’s treatment.

What are the benefits of impregnated or treated wood?

Treatment of wood with chemical preservatives prevents it from being destroyed by destructive agents (prevents rot).

It is vulnerable to the attack of destructive organisms that decay wood or cause it to rot, especially wood that is exposed to the elements.

It has long been used to treat wood under pressure to protect it from fungal and insect attacks using CCA (chromatic copper arsenic).

It can be used above ground, buried or submerged in fresh, swamp or salt water, making it effective and safe.

As a result of its high fixation index, CCA-treated wood has a very long useful life, is extremely resistant to fungi, and is insoluble in water.

The components are applied by autoclave, a vacuum and high pressure system that provides penetration and distribution throughout the length of the wood.

Whenever possible, treated wood should be used in areas at high risk of degradation.

There are three elements in CCA: Chromium, Copper, and Arsenic.

Each component serves a particular purpose:

Wood-degrading fungi are prevented from attacking wood with copper, a powerful fungicide

The function of chrome is to fix the other two elements to the wood, as well as to act as a fungicide.

As an anti-insect agent, arsenic prevents termites and other insects from attacking.

With CCA treatment, wood can last for many years outdoors (over 20 years) without requiring any protective varnish or sealer. There is no guarantee that the treatment will prevent the wood from warping or cracking.

The following are some of the most common uses of treated wood:


Having a cabin

Pedestrian bridge

Floors on the exterior

Bridges and piers

For exterior use, use wood

For pergolas, wood is needed

Towers for cooling

Structures made of wood

Wiring poles for electrical and telephone systems

Pine beams that have been stoved

As a leader in the Mexican Republic for Pine Beams, we are a leading supplier

Any size project can be accommodated by our large inventory of different sizes.

Typically, pine beams are used for interior ceilings, decks, porches, pergolas, brackets, columns, and other structural and decorative purposes.

In addition to lowering humidity levels and reducing the danger of twisting and warping of the wood, our beams undergo a stove process to eliminate termites and insects.

Planing and edging are included in your purchase.

Your beams can be customized with the following services:

Breasts of a dove on a wooden beam

Cuts of special interest

CCA treatment in an autoclave