8 Oktober 2012

The Biobased A-List: FibreTuff wood composites

Behind popular wood-deck products like Trex lie a class of wood-plastic composite intermediate resins – and at and top of that class are brands like FibreTuff

If you’ve considered laying in an outdoor deck at some point in the past decade or so, someone has probably told you about Trex – that’s a market-leafing line of wood plastic composites – most popular for decks but also used in railings, fences, landscaping timbers, benches, molding and trim, and door frames.

The reason? Simple – they are a performance buy, because they simply are more resistant to rot and decay – plus they can be shaped and molded easily to meet unusual shape needs.

…Full Text: http://www.biofuelsdigest.com/biobased/2012/10/03/the-biobased-a-list-fibretuff-wood-composites/

Tags: low moisture pellet, adhesion, heat resistance, mold and mildew resistance, minimal odor, recycle ability, natural fiber, wood flour, polyolefin composite, post consumer PE, USDA Biopreferred, Automotive, Food packaging, Consumer Goods

Source: BiofuelDigest, 2012-10-03.


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