About material advantages of plastic wood furniture

Views: 3     Author: Uplion      Publish Time: 2021-11-22      Origin: Uplion

Plastic 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, flooring, barriers, flower ponds, pavilions, plastic wood outdoor furniture, etc.!

This product does not require secondary processing and has natural wood texture.

Paving: Including platforms, road slabs, platform pads. In addition to paving panels, there are also wall panels, ceilings, decorative panels, footboards, wall panels, highway noise partitions, seaside paving, building templates, building templates, and moisture-proof panels. Plastic-wood composite panels can be used.

In addition, it can also be used to decorate borders, fences and garden handrails, packing pads and combination trays, and furniture outdoor plastic wooden tables and chairs.

Wood plastic composite (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 plastic.

The driving force for the development of plastic-wood composite materials comes from the rational use of the limited resources of the earth, reducing the amount of original wood, protecting our limited forest resources, and recycling and reusing old wood powder and plastic. Wood fiber and plant fiber have abundant sources, low price, light weight, low wear on equipment, good dimensional stability, excellent electrical insulation, non-toxic, repetitive processing, and biodegradable. Wood fibers include waste wood powder, shavings, sawn wood, and plant fibers are crushed rice straw, peanut shells, coconut shells, sugar cane, flax, sesame, jute, hemp, etc. Thermoplastics are mainly polyethylene (PE), polypropylene (PP), polystyrene (PS) and other polyolefins and polyvinyl chloride (PVC), including virgin materials, recycled materials, and mixtures of the two.