WHAT IS WOOD STABILIZATION
THE PRINCIPLE OF STABILIZATION
The process of wood stabilization is actually de-aerating the wood by alternating very high pressure and vacuum and then penetrating the resin into the entire volume of wood instead of exhausted air. The resin then polymerizes at elevated temperature to stabilize the wood. By coloring an otherwise transparent stabilizing resin with compatible pigments, the wood can also be colored to form unconventional and interesting wooden drawings.