Quality standard of wood plastic WPC products
Wood plastic, or wood-plastic composites (WPC), is a new type of composite material that has flourished in recent years at home and abroad. It refers to the use of polyethylene, polypropylene, and polyvinyl chloride in place of ordinary resin adhesives. More than 35% -70% of wood powder, rice husks, straw and other waste plant fibers are mixed into new wood materials, and then processed through extrusion, molding, injection molding and other plastic processing processes to produce boards or profiles. Mainly used in building materials, furniture, logistics and packaging industries. A board made by mixing plastic and wood powder in a certain proportion and hot-extruded is called an extruded wood-plastic composite board.