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to cause to be filled, as with a particular mood or tone

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Still, because of the impregnation method adopted and of a limited scope of strength tests, the method as described in the standard [1] does not always disclose the real impregnation effect.
An analysis of test results (tests made at the Zaklad Mechaniki Stosowanej Szkoly Glownej Sluzby Pozarniczej--the Applied Mechanics Department of the Main School of Fire Service) was made in order to clear the effect of fire-protection impregnation with salt-containing agents by a vacuum-and-pressure method.
Analysis of the knowledge regarding the impregnation effect on wood strength
More than a half of papers on fire-protection wood impregnation was devoted to the effect of impregnation for the flammability, inflammability, and carbonisation rate.
* Almost all researchers indicate significant and different effects of the impregnation on wood strength.
The test objective was to determine the vacuum-and-pressure method (with a salt-containing agent) influence on wood strength under normal conditions, and when exposed to high temperatures in the course of impregnation treatment.
A 20% solution of a fire-protection impregnation agent commonly used in Poland was applied for tests.
Ted Dawson, general manager of Industrial Impregnations, said: "Having formed a very productive working partnership with Ultraseal, we are delighted that the parent company has been ultimately successful with the acquisition."