How WPC products are madePlastic wood material is a new type of environmentally friendly and energy-saving composite material, a substitute for wood. Can be used for garden landscape, interior and exterior wall decoration, floor, guardrail, flower pond, gazebo, etc.!
This product does not require secondary processing (such as skinning, transfer, paint, etc.), and has a natural wood texture. Paving: including platforms, road slabs, platform pads. In addition to paving, there are also wall panels, ceilings, decorative panels, footboards, siding, highway noise partitions, seaside paving floors, building templates, building templates, and moisture-proof boards. In addition, it can also be used for decorative borders, fences and garden handrails, packaging pads and combination trays, as well as furniture (including outdoor outdoor tables and chairs), ship cabin partitions, office partitions, storage boxes, flower boxes, movable racks, Shutters, etc.
WPC is a modified thermoplastic material filled and reinforced with wood fiber or plant fiber. It has the advantages of wood performance and plastic cost. It is extruded or pressed into profiles, plates or other products to replace wood and wood. plastic. The driving force for the development of plastic-wood composite materials comes from the requirements for the rational use of the earth ’s limited resources, reducing the amount of raw wood, protecting our limited forest resources, and recycling old wood flour and plastic. Wood fiber and plant fiber are rich in source, low price, light weight, little wear on equipment, good dimensional stability, excellent electrical insulation, non-toxic, can be processed repeatedly, and can be biodegradable. Wood fibers include waste wood flour, wood shavings, sawn wood, and plant fibers are crushed rice straw, peanut shells, coconut shells, sugar cane, flax, sesame, jute, hemp, etc. Thermoplastics are mainly polyolefins such as polyethylene (PE), polypropylene (PP), polystyrene (PS), and polyvinyl chloride (PVC), including new materials, recycled materials, and mixtures of the two.