A world-leading developer of the most progressive wood preservative and enhancement products, to meet the most demanding construction and infrastructure industries.
The Koppers Performance Chemicals team represents the most proficient network of industry knowledge.
We provide preservative and enhancement products that help prevent damage from termites, rot, fungal decay, fire, and more. Every day, we work to advance the pressure-treating process of lumber used in decking, fencing, utility poles, construction lumber, vineyard stake applications, commercial building, heavy duty marine applications, and agricultural use.
Safety-focused, environmentally responsible, and backed by proven science, these products offer the most effective means of preserving and enhancing both the beauty and performance of wood used in essential industries around the globe. Our world relies on Koppers wood preservative and fire-retardant chemical formulations, including customers in more than 70 countries.
Our certifications are a reflection of a company-wide commitment—doing things the right way for the right reasons.
We offer a number of environmentally responsible wood-preservative products to help protect interior and exterior wood structures and applications against termites, fungal decay, and other wood-destroying organisms. Learn more.
FlamePRO® Fire Retardant Treated Wood (FRTW) is lumber and plywood pressure treated with FlamePRO Interior Type A High Temperature (HT) fire retardant chemicals—all of which meet the American Wood Protection Association P50 Standard for Fire Retardants. Learn more.
We protect our essential global infrastructure with chromated copper arsenate (CCA) products to help safeguard against weathering and other damage. CLAW Oil Emulsion Technology is also available to help enhance utility pole durability, making workers’ jobs safer. Learn more.
Our print and video customer resources include product FAQs, environmental certifications, guides to treated wood end uses, architectural specifications, warranties, and safety-related information. Learn more.