Garden Wpc Deck/Flooring Planks Made In China

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Garden Wpc Deck/Flooring Planks Made In China


一.Product Description:


 

Material60%-65% natural wood fiber 
30%-35% of eco-friendly HDPE materials 
5% -10% Chemical additivel
Size135X25mm,140X25mm,150*25mm,145*30mm,150*30mm
DesignHollow decking
TechnicExtruded
Length3m/pc standard length,  also from your required
Surface treament Groove , Woodgrain, Flat, Embossing
Color available

Copper Brown, Light Brown, Black, Cedar, Coffee,Dark Grey, 

Silver Grey, Yellow, Red and Wood,etc.

( we can adjust the new color according to the order requirement)
Cerfiticate            ISO9001,CE, Microbiological testing ,TUV,ect
Lifetime25years
Packagepallet with PVC soft flim
Delivery time2 weeks(sometimes we have in store)
MOQ

300SQ


.Technical Data

Slip resistance:

Boards of Techwoodn according to ASTM D2394-05. This is the best ranking for bare-foot slip resistance.

 

Weathering resistance:

Boards of Techwoodn have very low moisture uptake.This is key for mold and mildew resistance.

 

UV resistance:

4000 hours accelerated Xenon-arc Exposure,the Boards turned slightly more clear and colored.

 

Abrasion resistance:

The resistance to abrasion is similar to oak.

 

Fungus resistance:

Whatever fungus the wood composite is exposed to,it is extremely durable.

Moreover,aging test does not affect this durability.

三. FAQ

. What kinds of wpcproducts do you have?

We have wpc decking in different size, fence series (only wpc material or connect with aluminum profiles, decking tile series.

 

. Is it difficult to install the wpc board?

No, it is easy to install. Using the tool which you use to install the real wood. Fix the board on the substructure with clips.

 

. Can you stick the label with our logo on the boards?

Yes, please provide the label drawing, we can stick the customized label on the board.

 

. What documents are available?

A full range documents, including products pictures, installation guide and relative certificates can be provided; Further more, customs declaration is provided. This is an one-stop service for you.


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