Wood-Plastic Composites (WPCs) are produced by thoroughly mixing ground wood particles and heated thermoplastic resin. The most common production method is to extrude the material into the desired shape, though injection molding is also used.
WPC Panels look good from a distance and can compete with natural wood.
The first impression is encompassing, and Everwood cladding offers you the most natural-looking, no upkeep solution for façade cladding. These cladding boards lend an attractive appearance of wood, undifferentiating between contemporary or futuristically looking residences and commercial buildings.
With hard-wearing properties, cladding boards are available in a host of wood colors, textured to the grained resemblance of wood. With high UV stability, cladding boards do not fade and require no maintenance, painting, or sealing overextended life spans with minimal recurring costs to preserve a refined façade.
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Durable: This type of board does provide excellent performance.
Low maintenance cost: this type of board does attract lower maintenance expenses.
Environment friendly: it is from flour and plastic that the WPC board has been created and does not contain any toxic chemicals in it at the time of processing. Moreover, within the EO class, it has been rated environmentally as the board could be recycled after use.
Green environmental protection features are present along with sustainable development.
It is an excellent cladding material and is highly weather resistant. It is available in many colors and textures, which add to the beauty of the building.
It is a costly material but is effective in the long run.
WPC is a new kind of environmentally friendly product, so there is a standardized quality standard system on the market at the moment.
Do not have the natural wood texture. The thermal transfer technology and ceiling membrane technology for surface treatment make the WPC with no natural feeling.
Compared with wood, it is not resistant to high temperatures.
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