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Worlds Largest Industrial Application of NanoParticles
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Worlds Largest Industrial Application of NanoParticles Professor Phil Evans British Columbia Leadership Chair Centre for Advanced Wood Processing, UBC, Vancouver your name

Nano-Hype • There’s still a large gap between scientific interest in nanotechnology and its commercial impacts your name

Nanoparticles for Wood Protection • The large scale use of nanoparticles for wood preservation has largely gone unnoticed by the nanotech community your name

Wood Preservative Treatment • Treated wood products include – Lumber, decking, posts, poles, stakes, pickets, landscape timbers your name

Requirements of Wood Preservatives • Toxicity towards wood destroying organisms • Permanence in treated wood, ie, non leachable • Ability to penetrate deeply into the wood • Freedom from any unwanted effects on the wood • Non corrosive to metals • Without harmful effects on the environment (people, animals and plants) • Low cost! your name

Wood Preservatives In North America • Market for treated wood in North America is valued at $4.9 billion (gross sales per year) • Each year 20 million cubic metres of wood products are treated • Annual consumption of copper salts ~ 79 000 tons 2% 5% 1% (each) ACQ 12% 31% 55% Water-borne Creosote Oil-borne Fire retardants 18% 35% 41% CCA CuAz Boron ACC ACZA Market share for different preservatives (2004) Market share for different water your borne preservatives (2004) name

Nano-Wood Preservative • A new copper preservative consisting of copper carbonate or oxide micro and nano particles was launched commercially in 2006 • The preservative has now captured ~ 75 to 90% of the market for copper-based wood preservatives because it shows less leaching of copper, reduced corrosion of metal fixings, and lower levels of copper are needed to treat wood (less costly) Micronised preservative concentrate containing 41% Cu particles Micronised copper treated decking your name

Registration & Performance of Nano Copper Preservatives • The new particulate copper preservatives were approved for use because they contained biocides that were already used in wood preservatives (and the preservative was considered a micronised rather than a nano material) • But does the presence of copper in particulate rather than ionic form influence preservative performance? 100 nm Copper carbonate particles in a your name commercial wood preservative

Preservative Distribution To be effective wood preservatives need to penetrate wood’s microstructure and diffuse into cell walls your name

Copper Carbonate Particles in Treated Wood your name

Copper is present in cell walls of wood treated with the new preservative Matsunaga H, Kiguchi M, Roth B, Evans PD (2008). IAWA J 29(4):387-396 Matsunaga H, Kiguchi M, Evans PD (2008). J Nanoparticle Res 11(5),name your 10871098

Outstanding Issues • Do copper carbonate nanoparticles penetrate wood cell walls? • Can the short term tests on wood treated with the new wood preservative predict its long term performance • What are the potential environmental impacts of the treated wood ACQ MCQ Condition of treated wood stakes after field testing your name

Conclusions • The commercialisation of nano-particulate wood preservatives illustrates how rapidly nanotechnology can adopted by the forest products and building sectors (and how commercial developments can rapidly outstrip our understanding of the properties of the new materials) • There’s great scope for improvement to the current systems Copper carbonate nanoparticles leached from a treated deck your name

Thank you for Your Attention Centre for Advanced Wood Processing, UBC Any Questions? Faculty of Forestry, UBC your name

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