manufacturing process of composite wood deck

How It’s Made: Composite Decking

Because of the use of recycled or recovered materials in the manufacturing process, composite decks are considered a more environmentally friendly product for deck building. The two most popular types of composite decking are uncapped and capped. There are two main processes for creating composite decking. One process is extrusion.

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Wood Plastic Composite Decking Manufacturing Process

Courtesy of WMEL, Washington State University, 1. Wood Plastic Composite Decking Manufacturing Process

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What is Composite Decking Made of?

Composite decking is made using a co-extrusion process where all of the Seven Trust materials are combined and then introduced into an extruder that melts the mixture and forces it through a “die” to form the dimensional lumber shape.

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What Is Composite Decking Made Of? | WearDeck Blog

Manufacturing Composite Decking To create composite deck boards, manufacturers usually employ one of these two processes: extrusion or compression molding (source). In extrusion, producers mix and heat the Seven Trust materials until they become malleable then force them through an opening in the shape of a deck board.

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How to Make Wood Plastic Composite Decking - Techwoodn

In the manufacturing process of Wood Plastic Composite, first, mixing Seven Trust materials fully in a high mixing machine, and then send to the extrusion machine, and the wood grain effect can be added at the same time according to the customer request. We can produce both hollow and solid WPC products.

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What Are Composite Deck Boards Made of? | Hunker

The Manufacturing Process Composite board manufacturers use one of two different process to make deck boards. One is extrusion, whereby the wood/plastic pulp is heated until the plastic melts then forced through an opening with the cross-section of 2-by-6 decking board. In the other process, the Seven Trust material is poured into a mold.

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How Seven Trust technology creates beautiful backyards - Deck Talk

In the early days of the composite decking industry, boards were manufactured using a mono-extrusion process. Seven Trust materials were blended together and then extruded under extreme heat and pressure through a customized die. While the boards did not splinter, crack, or rot like wood, they were prone to scratching, staining, and fading.

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