Products - Wood Plastic & Flooring

Materials & Crafts
Wood Plastic Composite (WPC) products are crafted from recycled plastic and wood fiber, based on special form
It is widely used in outdoor construction, especially used for decking, fencing, landscaping etc.
Our materials proportion: 40% PE : 60% wood fiber

Properties & Advantages

1. Keep the excellent character of plastic
- Resistant to water, insect, rot, corosion.
- No crack, split or warp
- High dimensional stability
- Also suitable for moisture, hot, cold weather
2. Keep the wood properties
- Easy to cut, fix, drill, nail, glue etc.
- Resistant to UV
- Also can be made of natural feeling
3. Other advantages ofWPC materials
- No need painting, low cost of clean and maintance
- Long lasting life, more than 10‐15 years
- Environment friendly, 100% recyclable, safe for people

 

Pros and Cons

How Composite Decking Stacks Up to Wood

Unlike pure plastic lumber, composite decking is a wood-based product with plastic added to enhance its durability. Typically, wood sawdust and plastic are heated and mixed together, then formed into the desired shape. The result is a product that combines many of the strengths of wood with the benefits of plastic.
Composite decking behaves like wood in many ways, but with some unique advantages. A composite deck requires much less maintenance than wood, is more resistant to common problems such as weather and insect damage, and can last much longer before it needs replacing. On the other hand, composite decks require additional structural support to prevent sagging, cannot be sanded down to fix scratches or stains, and can fade unevenly when exposed to the elements—although some composite decks include UV protection to mitigate this.

Here is a point-by-point comparison to show how composite decking differs from wood:

Wood Decking

Composite Decking

Maintenance

Requires regular coats of stain or sealant throughout its life in order to remain protected from moisture and sunlight.

Never needs to be painted, sanded, stained or sealed. Will occasionally require cleaning.

Weathering

Absorbs moisture and is susceptible to mold, mildew and rot.

The plastic adds resistance to moisture and rot, while mold inhibitors can prevent the growth of mold.

Longevity

Because it’s an organic material, it will eventually rot.

Can last 2-3 times longer than wood.

Pests

Vulnerable to insect and termite damage.

Highly resistant to insects and termites.

Warping

Has high dimensional stability and is more rigid than plastic, but is prone to warping and splintering.

Has more dimensional stability than pure plastic but may deform slightly under extreme heat. Will not warp, splinter or check.

Appearance

Has a natural look if left unpainted. Can be stained or painted for a wide variety of styles.

Can vary from a plastic-like look to simulated wood grain. Usually available in a variety of colors, but can be painted.

Environmental Impact

Uses virgin natural resources, which requires the harvesting of lumber.

Both the wood and the plastic in a composite deck can come from recycled sources. The amount of recycled content varies between manufacturers.

Cost

Costs less than composite initially, but requires regular maintenance costs for the life of the deck.

Costs more than wood initially, but makes up for it in savings from maintenance costs.

 

Applications:

Floating Deck
Decking
Decking

 

 

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