Business Type: Manufacturer/Factory & Trading Company
Huzhou, Zhejiang, China
|Material composition||60% Wood+ 30% HDPE+ 10% Additives|
|Surface treatments||Wood grain, Sanding, Embossing, Brushing, Smooth|
|Product finishes||Online embossed/ Co-extruded/ Classic|
|Popular sizes||45*45*14cm, 60*60*14cm, 90*90*14cm, 120*120*40cm, or customized|
|Popular colors||Teak, Grey, Brown, Coffee|
|Approximate loading qty||800-1000 sqm/ 1x20ft container|
|Applications||Commercial or personal, home and garden, Landscaping|
|Adavtanges over timber||Long life span, eco friendly, recyclable|
1. Made of recycled plastic (HDPE) and wood or powder, plus non-hazardous chemical additives such as anti-UV agent, light stabilizer, lurbicant, culping agent and etc, our Composite flower pots gives any flower pots a fantastically clean and professional finish.
2. Designed against fading has anti mildew properties and is anti slip even when wet. The full bodied colour means that the flowe pots can be sanded down like traditional wood whilst maintaining its original colour.
3. Profiles adjustable, lengths adjustable, colors adjustable, surface treatment adjustable
4. Treads on surface of our WPC decking boards provide a choice of desirable, tough anti-slip surfaces. The vivid wood grain look makes it more natural to see and feel. The boards have self-cleaning anti mildew construction and require virtually no maintenance for their life.
5. Easy intallation and cost efficiency.
One huge advantage that composite decking has over conventional wooden decking is that it requires very little in maintenance.
The plastic component found in a composite board means that it isn't susceptible to wood rot, dampness and pests. Unlike a wooden plank, they don't need to be treated, sealed, stained or painted, and aren't at risk of twisting and warping due to sun exposure or water absorption. Furthermore, they won't fade like timber products does should they experience exposure to these elements.
Composite products will never crack and splinter, meaning they're generally safer to walk on with bare feet, compared to wooden decks which might leave you with a nasty sliver of wood in your soles.
In addition to this, composite boards absorb very little water. They are slip resistant and have more traction than a wooden board underfoot when they're wet, meaning they're highly suitable for installation around pools and other wet areas.
Thanks to their composition, the composite products will also serve the homeowner for a much longer period of time, typically outlasting a wooden deck by up to 5-10 years in the lifespan department, with some ranges even coming with a 15-25 year guarantee warranty insuring the investment of your money in this product.
It is true that the initial outlay for a composite deck is slightly more expensive than that of a wooden deck, but what you fork out in the short term will virtually pay for itself in the long term, because composite decks require nothing in terms of maintenance and never age in appearance, unlike timber decks which require regular upkeep and are always at risk of fading and losing their brilliant looks.
As of today, composite decking is available in two key varieties: capped (co-extrusion) and uncapped.
As the name implies, capped composite boards have an outer layer of plastic, serving as an extra shield against the elements, making them even more resistant to fading and staining than their uncapped counterparts. Additionally, thanks to this exterior coating, they are super easy to wipe clean and will retain their rich, deep colours long after they have been exposed to the sun.
Uncapped boards, on the other hand, do not enjoy the same level of protection. The materials from which these planks are fashioned means they are still hard-wearing and resistant to the elements, but they are more susceptible to fading and staining. In fact, over the first couple of months, you may notice that your planks have faded slightly as wood oils have seeped out of the unprotected product as a result of being exposed to the sun, making them look a little more drab and lifeless than their capped cousins.
Nevertheless, both varieties come in either solid or hollow formats. Solid boards are typically more rigid and, as a result of their mass, they're heavier than hollow boards, whereas hollow boards have a chamber running through the length of the plank making them lighter and easier to manoeuvre about.
For composite decks, there are many ranges available today which feature hidden fastening systems. This is where the planks have grooves in the sides of the boards, meaning they can be clipped down onto the frame, hiding any fasteners such as screw heads from sight. This creates a sleek, ultramodern, uniform look that is becoming highly popular among decking enthusiasts.
One important reason as to why composite boards have gained enormous amounts of popularity over the past few years is that these products are one of the most sustainable and eco-friendly products on the market today.
Unlike a lot of timber products, which start their lives in a forest and require harvesting before being made fit for use by consumers, composite boards aim to minimize their impact on the environment as they are created through a combination of FSC certified wood products and recycled plastic.
This means that composite boards do not contribute to deforestation, nor do they add to landfill, making them a highly sustainable and eco-friendly alternative, as well as being a high-quality product that delivers a fantastic performance.
Ultimately, the increasing popularity of a composite board lies in its robust features and characteristics, as well as aligning with the values of a modern, environmentally aware society.