Composite Fence Boards

Composite Fence Boards

Composite Fence Boards
A new material for recycling and environmental protection, and an ideal substitute for timber in construction industry.
Features of simple, natural and beauty, the resistance to rot and crack.

Product Details

WPC composite wood fence decking boards

Product Description

Wood-plastic composites are materials of recycled natural fibers (bamboo/wood flour) and recycled plastics (HDPE). It is a new material for recycling and environmental protection, and an ideal substitute for timber in construction industry. New materials retain the texture characteristics of plastics and wood, making them a perfect combination of plastics and wood.


Our composite fence boards are complete environmental friendly and 100% recyclable. WPC material is used, which is a new type of environmentally, eco friendly and energy-saving composite material with wood texture design and the features of simple, natural and beauty, substituting for wood. Made of wood fiber and recycled plastic, our finished product has the same appearance as solid wood. Composite fence boards has the resistance to rot and crack.  It is moisture resistant and low flame spread.


Our composite fence boards are widely used in fence, armrest, farm, corridor, flower bed, flower boxes, pavilion, signpost, trash cans, park bench, door frame, window box, wardrobe, plaque, ceiling, kennel,etc.

Item No.

FENCE MATERIALS

Photo                                               Section

Description of Usage   Purpose

Size(mm)


Width

Higth

length


SFF04

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Profile for guardrail,barrier,wall   fence,etc

100

100

2000

SFW07

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Fence for exterior   decorative

205

20

2000

ACCESSORIES

ITem No.

photo

Description of Usage Purpose

size(mm)

Width

Higth

length

WPC CAP

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for fixing fencing

/

/

/

IRON BASED

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for fixing fencing

/

/

/

TOP PROFILE

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decorate on the top

40

32

/

Surface treatment:

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