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outdoor wpc decking supplier, china factory, Engineered Flooring Type
1Low maintenance
2Widely used indoor and outdoor
3Cert

outdoor wpc decking supplier, china factory,  Engineered Flooring Type      

1Low maintenance
2Widely used indoor and outdoor
3Certificated

Specification of  outdoor wpc decking supplier, china factory,  Engineered Flooring Type

1) Elegant nature wood grain texture and touch

2) Eco-friendly, high-recyclable, green material

3) No cracking, warping, and splitting

4) Water/Moisture-proof, Corrosion-resistant

5) Low maintenance and no painting

6) Easy to install, clean

7) Weather resistant, suitable from -40 to 60

8) High degree of UV and color stability

Item

outdoor wpc decking supplier, china factory,  Engineered Flooring Type

Size

150*25mm,146*32mm,142*35mm,140*40mm,140*25mm,135*27mm etc.

Length

As your choice

Color

black, coffee, brown, gray, white ,redwood etc. optional

Surface

Smooth,Brushed,Scratched,Grain&Sanded optional

Component

50% wood fibers +45% HDPE+ 5% chemical additives

Warranty period

15 years

Certificate

CE,ISO,FSC,SGS

Packages

PE Film+WPC Pallet(length of 0-2.2m)+Wood Pallet(length>2.2m)

Applications

Garden,Lawn,Balcony,Corridor,Garage,

Pool&SPA Surrounds,Boardwalk,Playground

This type can be used in outdoor ground, trestle road and garden path, enjoying great superiority in the outdoor decking of courtyard, park, garden community, waterscape, trestle and plank road,etc

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