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What types of WPC doors are there? WPC door dealers must know.

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What types of WPC doors are there? Compared with wooden doors and plastic doors, WPC doors are a relatively new type of door.

What types of WPC doors are there? Compared with wooden doors and plastic doors, WPC doors are a relatively new type of door.

Wood-plastic polymer doors have excellent performance, far exceeding wooden doors and plastic doors in terms of service life, wear resistance, aging resistance, strength, hardness, environmental protection, insect resistance, sound insulation, fire resistance and moisture resistance.

Many people are still relatively unfamiliar with the understanding of WPC doors. Buzhoushan WPC Door teaches you what types of WPC doors are on the market and how to distinguish them. Let you know how to choose the wood-plastic door products that are more suitable for you in the complex market environment.

There are usually only three types of WPC doors on the market:

  1. Full WPC Door
  2. Filled WPC Door
  3. Shaving WPC Door
There are usually only three types of WPC doors on the market:
Full WPC Door
Filled WPC door
Shaving WPC door

The comparative relationship between the three types is:

Product quality: Full WPC Door > Shaving WPC door > Filled WPC door

Product price: Full WPC Door > Shaving WPC door > Foam WPC door

If we are more refined, their relationship is as follows:
Price/Quality/Performance:

Full WPC Door > Shaving WPC door > Filled WPC door > Honeycomb Paper WPC Door

What is Full WPC Doors?

Full WPC door, made by one-piece molding process, the raw material is Wooden Plastic Composite. With the highest price and highest quality of all types of WPC doors. A Full WPC Door is usually a grid-like structure. Such a structure can reduce its weight and increase its strength.

Tip: The holes of the full WPC door can also be injected with foam according to the customer’s requirements. The injection of foam can make the WPC door heavier and have better sound insulation performance.

Full WPC door, made by one-piece molding process, the raw material is Wooden Plastic Composite. With the highest price and highest quality of all types of WPC doors. A Full WPC Door is usually a grid-like structure. Such a structure can reduce its weight and increase its strength.

What is a Filled WPC Doors?

The structure of Filled WPC door is to use waterproof WPC door board to cover the door core and cover it with a layer of PVC film.
The door core is filled with PU foam or honeycomb paper core. Filled WPC door uses wood plastic door frame.

The structure of Filled WPC door is to use waterproof WPC door board to cover the door core and cover it with a layer of PVC film.
The door core is filled with PU foam or honeycomb paper core. Filled WPC door uses wood plastic door frame.

Filled wood plastic doors are divided into two types:

(1) Foam WPC door

(1) Foam WPC door

(2) Honeycomb Paper WPC Door

(2) Honeycomb Paper WPC Door

These two kinds of doors are mainly distinguished by different fillings.

What is Shaving WPC door?

The shavings wood-plastic door is similar to the filled wood-plastic door, but it uses shavings to compress inside, which is heavier and has better performance than the filled wood-plastic door.

The shavings wood-plastic door is similar to the filled wood-plastic door, but it uses shavings to compress inside, which is heavier and has better performance than the filled wood-plastic door.

Shaving WPC door uses shavings door core, and other processes are the same as Filled WPC door. Due to the use of shavings door core, Shaving WPC door is heavier, has higher rigidity, and has better impact resistance.

Summarize

About the common types of WPC doors on the market, they are all in the introduction of this article. Hope to be able to help you purchase WPC doors and choose interior doors.
If you know of other types of WPC doors, please add them in the comment area, thank you.

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