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Capped composite decks are hot, gaining about 70 percent of the synthetic market segment while chipping away at sales of wooden decks, which dominate the overall market with an 84 percent share. Usually made of polyethylene and wood filler with a protective shell, composite decks never need 

Wood plastic composites (WPC) are a new material group that presently is developing dynamically veranda decking, consisting of 70% wood flour, 25% polyethylene or polypropylene and 5% additives such as The most important sales market in North America is the decking sector, i.e. deckings for exterior applications 

The results of a 2004 national survey of 156 deck builders and 212 home builders indicate that wood-plastic composites are quickly gaining popularity among deck-building professionals as they increase their market share. This paper investigates deck-building professionals' use and perceptions of the 

According to market analyst Tonia Ferrell at The Freedonia Group LLC (Cleveland, Ohio), demand for wood-filled thermoplastic composite lumber is unprecedented. By far the biggest sector of the wood-plastic composite (WPC) industry, this segment accounts for deck board and railing, molding and trim, fencing and door 

The results of a 2004 national survey of 156 deck builders and 212 home builders indicate that wood plastic composites are quickly gaining popularity among deck-building professionals as they increase their market share. This paper investigates deck-building professionals' use and perceptions of the different decking 

Wood-plastic composites, or WPCs, are already a 1.3-billion-lb market and are growing at 20% annually. That's big enough to draw increasing attention from additives suppliers to the particular needs of WPC applications in residential decks, railings, fencing, doors, window frames, outdoor spas, and gazebos. Work is also 

In this guide we'll explore what composite decking is, with particular focus Wood-plastic composites (WPCs) and how it compares to traditional materials. A bit of background. Wood-plastic composites were first introduced into the decking market in the early 1990s and have since grown popular as 

Another big need for makers of wood and natural-fiber composites is to expand into new markets beyond decking. The focus of the 4th WPC Conference held last October in Baltimore by Principia Partners was on new product development, especially ones made via injection molding, the newest and smallest composite 

ModWood offers a range of WPC boards for screening and decks in residential and 

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