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Advantages of treated pine
  • Range of Treatments
  • Plantation Grown
  • Guaranteed
  • Decay and Termite resistant
  • Diverse range of applications
  • Range of finishes
  • Increased durability
  • Proven track record
  • Looks great
  • Easy to Use

ITI Branches Nationwide
Queensland - Townsville
tel. 07 4725 3777

Queensland - Brisbane
tel. 07 3718 5700

New South Wales - Sydney
tel. 02 8805 5000

New South Wales - Newcastle
tel. 02 4961 1788

Victoria - Melbourne
tel. 03 9392 8400

South Australia - Adelaide
tel. 08 8347 7011

Western Australia Perth
tel. 08 9434 2799

Contact the Treated Pine Office


WPC Decking






Treated pine is one of the most commonly used timber products on the market in Australia. It has been relied on for generations to provide dependable protection against termites and decay to extend the life of your structure.

Treated pine is available in a range of products for a variety of applications like structural framing, landscaping profiles, and decking, just to name a few!

All pine products are cut from plantation grown forests in Australia and New Zealand. Pine has little natural durability compared with traditional native hardwood construction timbers. Therefore pine is treated to extend its service life. This enables today's construction timbers to have increased durability against decay and insect attack.

Pine may be treated using different treatment methods and preservatives depending on the end use & level of treatment required.
Pine Treatments Available
Tanalised C (CCA) H1, H2, H3, H4, H5, H6
Lifewood (CCA) H1, H2, H3, H4, H5, H6
Vascol Azure H1, H2, H3
Protim (LOSP) H1, H2, H3
Protim Optimum (Losp) H3
Tanalised Ecowood (TanE) H1, H2 ,H3, H4, H5
NatureWood (ACQ) H1, H2 ,H3, H4, H5

If you are concerned with the changes to regulations please click below for further information:
APVMA Press Release                         Technical Note

If you are concerned with the changes to regulations please click below for further information:
Preservative Restrictions




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