Thermally modified WPC 137 decking boards
*Registered user only
Thermally modified WPC 137-2 sand
Thermally modified WPC 137-2 cedar
Thermally modified WPC 137-2 walnut
Thermally modified WPC 137-2 grey
"RAINFOREST - Collection"
The thermally modified WPC boards are created using a special process. White oak shavings are heat-treated at 230°C. After this thermal treatment, the shavings are mixed with polyethylene (plastic) and homogenised. The mass is then pressed through an extruder, the grain embossed using a roller, and slowly cooled down in a natural way. This extensive process means the polyethylene retains its strength and the surface is resilient and less easy to damage.
Due to the reproduction of the rainforest hardwood design, the RAINFOREST collection offers elegant fibre accents, structures and multi-dimensional colour shading on every single board. Each board is unique..
- grease- and oil-resistant
- Crack- and splinter-free - real barefoot boards
- Dimensionally stable over the long term
- No graying
- Good bending strength
- Environmentally friendly as free from tropical wood
- Each board is unique.
- No longitudinal expansion due to moisture
- 25 year warranty**
- Solid material
The boards are grease and oil resistant for up to 6 hours! If after this time oil penetrates the surface, it can be easily removed with conventional dish washing detergents (apply undiluted, distribute, wait 30 minutes and then rinse with water).
No moisture absorption
Length expansion plays virtually no role (less than 1 mm per meter), since the boards can no longer absorb moisture. According to the manufacturer, even deployment under water is possible! Floating installation without slopes is possible!
**25 years of warranty
These decking boards have a warranty period of 25 years for rotting, decay and insect damage, provided they are installed according to the manufacturer's instructions. (For more information about warranty click here)hier)
21 x 137 x 4000 mm und 21 x 137 x 5000 mm
grey, sand*, walnut* and cedar* (*with dark colour deposits)