WPC - Wood Plastic Composite Decking

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Wood-Plastic Composite (WPC)  floor accessory is manufactured from a combination of plastic, natural fiber and some additives using special equipments. It mixes natural fiber and plastic perfectly to keep the natural impression of wood but with rich colors of plastic. It has gradually replaced wood and plastic, getting widely used in more and more fields.

For our wpc decking floor, there are many kinds of types, such as TW-K01(150 x 35 mm)TS-01(150 x 25mm), TH-07(140 x 30 mm), TS-A01(90 x 20mm),TH-16(133 x 24 mm, solid design) etc..

1. Material: 50% natural wood flour; 35%~40%HDPE, 10%~15% additives

2. Color: cedar, grey ,red pine, coffee, brown, nature wood etc.

3. Usage: outdoor, garden, summer house, villa, pool surrounds, exterior floor, seaside walk board etc.

4. Normal length: 5.4 meters/pc, can also be cut according to the requirement of customer.

5. Surface treating methods: Brushing, groove, sanding, embossing etc.

6. CE Approved

7. Advantages:

Keep the excellent character of plastic

Have the properties of wood

Produce fire-new WPC


easy to cut, fix and glue

Can be recycled with 100%

no crack, split, warp, or splinter

easy to tenon , drill and nail

No sting of wood

High dimensional stability

Natural feeling0

Requires less routine maintenance

Resistance to insects

Resistance to UV

Is environmentally friendly

easy to manufacture manifold profiles


Multicolor, and needn't to painting

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Q:What is dance flooring? Is it the same a linoleum?
the floor is my dance studio is a sprung floor with tough laminate over the top.no you can't buy it cheap as you have to get your floor sprung.laminate flooring is similar but as it is not sprung if overused you may give yourself shin splints.the flooring shop locally just buy a scratch resistant one. hope i helped god luck with that victoria xx
Q:Flooring structure questions?
It is pretty common to use a plywood underlay in concrete muti-story residential. It acts to keep the floor covering warm and dry. a vapor barrier layer is also a must have. The green mold may not be mold at all, it can be a form on oxidation due to moisture inherent in concrete. If you tear out the plywood, you should replace it for your flooring to last. a strong bleach mix and mop will kill mold.
Q:Can the composite wood floor finish?
Over 24 hours and then step on. Then you can install the sliding door, the hole is best connected to the ground, because the composite floor is suspended installation, easy to loose.
Q:How long is the use of wood flooring?
Generally about five years, if the point of love, then seven or eight years should be able to.
Q:3dmax how to change the direction of the floor grain
1. Open the scene and render it in the perspective. 2. Find the floor map, right mouse button rotated 90 degrees clockwise. 3. To return to the scene, the floor texture orientation has changed and rendered in the perspective for validation.
Q:What colour laminate floor ?
Totally depends on your style, but I vote for contrast. With light oak, I wouldn't go with very dark floors but darker than the oak. There are a million shades to chose from - try poking around the Pergo site to get an idea for what you like. The only way I'd say to go for a light shade is if you're going for a minimalist look (i.e. minimal, decor like a single white throw rug) If you aren't a fan of cleaning - or able to clean every day - you want to avoid dark floors. Even in the most spotless homes, they show every speck of dust and need to be cleaned daily to look presentable. We just refinished our hardwood and opted to stick with the natural color. It's a deep honey shade. Very pretty and versitile.
Q:Where can I find cheap marley (dance flooring)?
There is no such thing a cheap marley and you cannot put marley directly on cement. Marley is meant to be put on top of a sub floor that is sprung or floating. Even the portable marley with the foam backing which is the most expensive one, has to be on top of a floor with some give and never cement. The only way to put a dance floor over cement is to isolate it from the cement by raising the floor up and using a floating floor or sprung floor. Then you put marley on top of that if you can afford it. You can however just dance on a wood floor as long as it is isolation from the cement floor and is sprung or floating.
Q:Tiling the kitchen floor?
It is much easier to install the tile floor if the base cabinets are not in. As a tile installer, I have done it both ways. Either way is fine though, it is more a matter of aesthetic preference. The downside of installing the tile first is that more tiles are needed.
Q:Radiant heat floors? Are they any good?
Make sure you have zone controls for this or, you'll either cook your feet or freeze them. Another thing, they really eat up a linoleum or tile floor. You should ask him about ceramic for the floors.
Q:unlevel floors?
There could be structural or foundation damage. Or it could be the house settling unevenly. It depends on what you mean by unlevel. Are the floors perfectly straight just tilting off to a side. Or are the floors warped, bowed? Or are there lips and noticable bumps? If you are looking at a house to buy, you might want to pass or have an expert look at it. If you own the house and want to repair, you will probably want someone skilled to look at it.

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