Please note that this is Original Coal Tar Creosote and NOT recovered fuel oil mixed with a tiny amount of Creosote as supplied by some companies at a much cheaper price, Remember you get what you pay for !
Original Traditional Coal Tar Creosote Jet Black or Brown (original, not substitute) containing Coal Tar. Since July 2003 it is only available for professional users, if in doubt use Creosote Substitute such as Ecosote.
Preservatives are registered with the UK Health & Safety Executive and contain a biocide proven to be effective against certain insects and rotting fungi. Conforms to BSS 144 Type 3 and renowned for its wide kill spectrum protecting external timbers against insect and fungal attack. Treatments are not HSE registered but may protect timber in other ways using repellant waxes or just primarily to colour and decorate.
Coal Tar Traditional Creosote (NOT Substitute) is ideal for use on Barns, Horse Boxes, Loose Boxes, Out Buildings and Workshops. Coal Tar Creosote is part of the excellent Barn Paints, Wood and Metal range we have on offer at Promain. Creosote is a Barn Paint that can be used on wood and metal and works excellently well at protecting the substrate from insect and fungal attack.
Traditional Creosote (Coal Tar NOT Substitute) can be applied using brush or spray. We would recommend using spray to apply the product as you will be able to cover a larger area faster, resulting in minimal time spent on your project.
Surface and Environment
Traditional Creosote (NOT Substitute) is designed for use on barns, horse boxes, loose boxes, out buildings and workshops, to name a few. Traditional Creosote (NOT Substitute) is ideal for use in all outdoor environments and is designed to cover 3-5m2 per litre. That is why we supply Creosote to you in 25 Litre and 205 Litre drums.
- Use Coal Tar Creosote on Barns, Horse Boxes, Loose Boxes, Out Buildings, Workshops etc.
- Professional users should download the MSDS for health and safety advice and for your COSHH records.
- Available in 25 litres and 205 litre drums.
- Coverage approx. 3-5 m2 per litre.
- Due to the cost of crude oil prices Traditional Creosote have risen sharply since 2008.