artificial wood

artificial wood

Any of the various mixtures that are molded to simulate wood; often using sawdust, paper, or other wood fiber as a major ingredient mixed with glue. See also: Wood
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The use of Aluminum and artificial wood made furniture should also be encouraged and promoted as more than 50 percent deforestation was being caused due to this business, he noticed.
"People are liking artificial wood composite decking, which gets extremely warm and increases the temperature in the garden, which gives you a different micro-climate.
The black plastic and artificial wood appearance is now known as "Woody" and several of the games are now more sought-after than the early consoles themselves.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran is producing a new type of artificial wood and oil paint from urban and agricultural waste materials, the country's researchers announced.
Mohammed bin Ibrahim Al-Suwaiyel, president of KACST, honored Faisal Al-Quedemi, recently for his scientific innovation in making some products such as automatic coffee machine and artificial wood and charcoal.
Inside, the MPV gets artificial wood inserts on all four doors along with power windows all round and leather seats ( synthetic mix).
Furthermore, Masuda (1985a, 1985b) utilized artificial wood grain printed on paper to conduct a visual-sychological experiment, the results of which indicated that different wood species have different psychological characteristics, mainly from the color of the wood grain and daily usage.
Duration of drying process is the time needed for the wood to dry from initial to the final content of humidity in the process of natural or artificial wood drying.
In this article, the processing/structure/property relationships for the artificial wood made from stretched PP/WF composites are investigated.
Most noticeable are the widened aisles, improved sight lines and artificial wood floors, particularly in the apparel and accessories sections.
Here is a sampling of some recent amenities that have impressed retailers and consumers: speakers; concrete, tile and artificial wood decking; alternative sanitizers such as salt systems and ozone; multihued liners; solar-powered lights or color-changing LEDs; swim-current generators; and side-panel windows.
Some companies, like the Colorado-based Ecodeck and Phoenix Recycled Plastics of Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, use 100% recycled plastics; others, including the Trex Company of Winchester, Virginia, mix reclaimed plastics with industrial waste hardwood fibers to produce artificial wood planking.