rotproof


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rotproof

(ˈrɒtpruːf)
adj
resistant to rotting
Translations

rotproof

[ˈrɒtpruːf] ADJa prueba de putrefacción, imputrescible
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Designed by architect David Wright and constructed by Mark De Mattel, it incorporates a wide range of 21st-century products, such as rotproof siding and decking.
So that the house would last a long time, Thompson says, "I wanted to use the most rotproof materials I could find." For the walls, he chose 1/2-inch cement backerboard, instead of plywood, and, for the floor, concrete patio blocks.
Not only are the logs neatly contained in a 10 1/2-foot-long compartment, but they are protected from the elements by rotproof and fireproof walls of concrete block and a countertop of cast concrete.
Thanks to a recently developed building material--composite lumber, designed for decking--you can build rotproof raised beds.
The densely compacted walls are termite-, fire-, and rotproof, and far outlast those of conventionally built houses.
Because of the slope, I needed to make a subfloor frame from 200x50mm rotproofed sawn timber.