who invented wood and plastic composite

Development of a Wood Plastic Composite Extruder | OMICS ...Introduction. wood plastic composite (WPC) are materials made from a combination of saw dust, thermoplastic resin and chemical additives [1]. WPCs are relatively new products as compared to the long history of natural lumber or traditional wood composites such as particleboard or fibreboard [2]. wood in form of flour/particles/fibres/sawdust is combined with thermoplastic materials under specific heat and pressure for producing WPCs where additives are added for improved quality ...

WPC (wood plastic composite) - presentation qualities and ...WHAT ATTRIBUTES MADE WPC SO HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR LIGHT GARDEN CONSTRUCTIONS ? By nailing WPC profiles one can obtain benches, garden tables, fences , gazebo, in an unlimited variety of colours and textures. For assembling WPC profiles one can use the same tools as for carpentry. WPC profiles can be easily drilled or milled and sawed or fixed with wood screws. The obj

Hybrid wood - WikipediaHybrid wood or wood hybrid systems (WHS) is a multilayer composite material, composed on the surface of a skin made of composite wood (WPC) adhering to an underneath structural core, in general aluminum. invented in Japan in 2008, this technological evolution is based on wood composite technology which was conceived in 1972 by Sadao Nishibori and patented in 1983 to substitute threatened exotic wood species. WHS are not fibre-reinforced plastic (FRP). Hybrid wood ...

History of Composite Materials | Mar-Bal, Inc.In about 1200 AD, the Mongols invented the first composite bows made from a combination of wood, bamboo, bone, cattle tendons, horns, bamboo and silk bonded with natural pine resin. The bows ... One of the first plastics made from synthetic components, Bakelite was used for its electrical nonconductivity and heat-resistant properties in electrical insulators, radio and telephone casings, and such diverse products as kitchenware, jewelry, pipe stems, and children's toys. Bakelite was ...