Wood-Plastic Composites ( WPC ) and Natural Fibre Composites ( NFC ): European and Global Markets 2012 and Future Trends in Automotive and Construction

  • Carus M
  • Eder A
  • Dammer L
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The use of wood-plastic composites is growing rapidly, as consumers experience their advantages over wood including low or no routine maintenance and no cracking, warping or splintering. Additive use is growing as wood-plastic composites penetrate new markets with more stringent performance requirements and as interest in long-term stability of composite products increases. While profile extrusion is used for the biggest portion of the market, in decking boards, injection moulding is finding a place as well. Foaming of both extruded and injection moulded parts is of growing interest.

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  • Michael Carus

  • Asta Eder

  • Lara Dammer

  • Hans Korte

  • Lena Scholz

  • Roland Essel

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