The original and best Raised garden beds in Ireland. Grow your own veg and get on the road to "The good life". Browse our easy to use site for loads of grow your own information. We also do custom made to suit your vegetable garden. So come on and grow some vegetables.We also make strong outdoor furniture.
Pressure Treated Timber TANALISED E pressure treated timber has been impregnated with TANALITH E, a waterborne product based on copper triazole technology. Copper is derived from recycled sources and triazoles are organic biodegradable biocides, commonly used to protect many of the food crops we eat. TANALISED E pressure treated timber is usually specified for both in and out of ground contact applications where there is a medium to high risk of decay or insect attack.
• An established and proven alternative to traditional chromated/copper/arsenate (CCA) treated timber.
• Effective long-term protection against fungal and insect attack.
• Proven performance, widely used and accepted worldwide.
• Appealing natural green colour with excellent colour durability, blending perfectly with nature.
• Impregnated using vacuum pressure technology.
• Conforms to new European Standards and individual countries' national requirements.
Is TANALISED E pressure treated timber safe to use for compost bins and earth retaining structures for organic vegetable beds?
TANALISED E pressure treated timber is suitable for the construction of compost bins and for use as earth retaining structures for organic vegetable beds. The Soil Association (http://www.archchemicals.com/Fed/WOOD/News/IndustryLinks/KeyOrganisations/soil_interstitial.htm) states that if the timber used for organic vegetable beds is preservative pre-treated then there are no issues in terms of organic status. If, however, the wood is treated once the raised bed has been built (brush applied preservative) then this would affect the status of the land. Please see our Code of Practice and Consumer Information Sheet for more information on the use of TANALISED E pressure treated timber.