Wood-polymer composite materials (WPC)
This is a new material that has a high growth rate worldwide: The new composite material consists of different ratios of filler, plastics and additives.
Wood-polymer composites combine the advantages of reproducible raw materials with the advantages of fossil oil raw materials.
Thermoplastic molding techniques such as extrusion and pressure molding are used to make numerous products out of wood-polymer composites, such as decking, baseboards, flooring tiles, slabs, window profiles, small shapes, and more.
Flour from oat hulls is an analogue of wood flour, serves as a basis for thermoplastic wood-polymer composites and is not inferior in its quality to wood flour.