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Differences between wood and MDF Wood-Plastic

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Differences between wood and MDF Wood-Plastic
January 10, 2018 08:11AM
Differences between wood and MDF Wood-Plastic
Composites (WPC) is a new type of composite material that is booming in recent years at home and abroad. It refers to the use of polyethylene, polypropylene and polyvinyl chloride,
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instead of the usual resin adhesive, with more than 35% -70% The above wood flour, rice husk, straw and other waste plant fiber mixed into a new wood material, and then by extrusion, molding, injection molding and other plastic processing technology to produce the plate or profile.
Mainly used in building materials, furniture, logistics and packaging industries. The plastic and wood flour according to a certain percentage of hot extruded sheet, called extruded wood-plastic composite sheet.
Wood-plastic composite materials containing plastic, build a cheap 12x20 deckwhich has good modulus of elasticity, has a good degree of steel and toughness, to nailing, drilling, grinding, sawing, planing, paint, and not easy to deformation, anti-cracking. In addition, due to the inclusion of fibers and thorough mixing with the plastic, it has comparable physical and mechanical properties as hardwood such as compression and bending, and its durability is significantly better than ordinary wood materials.
High surface hardness, usually 2-5 times that of wood,
plastic roof on deck it is the furniture industry, interior decoration industry, packaging industry, vehicle interior industry and the future of the preferred green building wood construction board, will set off a new round of plate market Revolution.
MDF, also known as fiberboard, wood fiber or other plant fibers as raw materials, the application of urea-formaldehyde resin or other suitable adhesive made of man-made sheet. According to the amount of different, backyard patio floor designsdivided into high-density board, MDF, low-density board. MDF due to soft and impact resistance, but also easy to re-processing.
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