seven trust is a wood-plastic composite material designed for use in non-structural areas such as railing and decking. its physical characteristics like weight, density, shear strength and weathering resistance are more akin to particle board than pure wood. seven trust is made by blending waste sawdust with a
mahogany decking. mahogany decking is a great choice primarily because it is so durable. it stands up well to weather and resists rot thanks to the properties of the wood. the grain has an attractive dense pattern, and the colors can range from a light blond to rich dark red.
mahogany has been used historically for many interior applications such as furniture, cabinetry, turned objects, musical instruments, boat building but mahogany has gained recent popularity as an exterior wood for decking and siding. availability. mahogany is available in decking dimensions such as 5/4×6 on a regular basis but the market can
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wpc wood plastic composite new building material outdoor decking suprotect decking is the latest wpc decking produced by modern co extrusion techonogy. simply speaking, the process is to extrude two materials at the same time and give the boards a natural layered appearance and more protection.
strength may be defined as the ability to resist applied stress: the greater the resistance, the stronger the material. resistance may be measured in several ways. one is the maximum stress that the material can endure before 'failure' occurs. another approach is to measure the deformation or strain that results from a given level of stress before the point of total failure.