|Other titles||Copper shields.|
|LC Classifications||TA424 .C6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||11,  p.|
|Number of Pages||11|
|LC Control Number||39003059|
Termite Shield: A shield, usually of non-corrodible metal, placed in or on a foundation wall or other mass of masonry or around pipes to prevent passage of termites. I don’t see many termite shields in my travels and of those houses that do have them, the chances of having termite damage go way down. termite protection • For example, initial chemical soil treatment plus use of termite shields. ―Even if chemical soil treatment is not maintained, termite shields will deter access and assist in early detection. ―Universal use of termite shields in high risk regions would also help resolve concerns with hidden pathways in a. Termite protection with copper shields.: A handbook for architects and sheet metal workers -- on the application of sheet copper for termite protection. , Copper & Brass Research Association. The biggest issue with most termite control measures is time. As listed most sprays last 15 years or less, impregnated materials maybe 20 years. Galvanized metal – ooh that can be crapshoot but unless they are in extreme conditions – 30 years? They actually make copper termite shields that should easily give you 50 years or more.
Highlights: Width x Length: 12" x 60' High performance laminated copper termite shield provides superior protection against termites and other insects ACQ-compatible to resist corrosion when used with pressure-treated lumber Asphalt-free % rubber adhesive will not stain concrete, vinyl, or wood Everlam technology enables polymer layer that seals around fasteners to form a /5(3). When installed correctly, termite shields can force subterranean termites to build mud tubes in visible locations where they are more easily detected. In other words, the primary benefit of termite shields is making it more likely that a pest control expert will be able to identify a termite infestation, not preventing an infestation in the. Hi Bill, unfortunately, this 8 in. x 8 in. Galvanized Steel Termite Shield Flashing appears to have been discontinued and is no longer in stock or available for purchase on The item will remain briefly on the website for customer reference, and the description will be updated with “Discontinued” if it has not been 5/5(1). Protection against decay and termites requires discharge lines and gutter downspouts to terminate at least one foot from the foundation. Foundations and Retaining Walls - Termite protection requires foundations to have some form of protection from termites ("labeled for use as a preventative treatment to new construction").File Size: 44KB.
A termite shield is a barrier installed in the foundations of a house which is designed to prevent termites from crossing into the foundations and flooring. Termite barriers can be put in place during construction or renovation, and the inspection and replacement of such barriers can be a routine part of the maintenance of a structure. Termite shields are designed to create a barrier that the termites cannot tunnel through, and thus they are forced out of the foam. They are typically used as a cap, extending across the full width of the ICF and out up to 3 inches, or embedded into the concrete to prevent access on the inside, forcing them out of the sheltered environment of. Author of Modern application of sheet copper in building construction, Sheet copper, Pipe and tube bending handbook, Ornamental store fronts and building entrances in bronze, Copper and health, Termite protection with copper shields. Termite Shield Features: Provides a moisture and termite barrier between wood sill and concrete foundation. Material: Galvanized steel. Sizes: 6″ x 10′ 20 per bundle, pallet quantities vary.