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HQC Bamboo Products

Posted By: hqcbamboo

Date: Thu, 20 Jan 2022

Price: $360.00

Mobile: +0598-3550555

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HQC bamboo wall board is the outdoor wall protection material that does not bear the load of the main structure of the building. It usually consists of bamboo decorative wall panels (usually glass, aluminum, slate, ceramic, etc.) and a supporting structure. In recent years, with the continuous progress of HQC bamboo wall pane manufacturing technology, its materials and structures have developed from bulky to light. For example, in the construction industry, people now replace bulky natural stone with new materials (including biomass materials) and thin materials.


Characteristics:
 Rotproofness  High cycle life  Stability  High density  High toughness  Wear-resistance  Crushing resistance  Low carbon and environmental  Fire resistance


HQC bamboo/wood wall panel developed by our company takes bamboo/wood composite material as the basic structure. The characteristics of bamboo wall panels are light, high strength, good weather resistance, strong decoration, and easy construction and installation. As a result, these characteristics have led to the development of wall panels. Compared with the stone curtain wall, ceramic curtain wall, glass curtain wall, and metal curtain wall widely used now, HQC bamboo wall panel is a rare high-quality building exterior decoration material, with the advantages of absorbing ultraviolet rays, preventing light pollution, sound insulation, low carbon environmental protection, etc.
HQC bamboo decorative panels can be divided into bamboo interior wall panels and outdoor bamboo screen panels. These bamboo wood wall panels can not only make your building beautiful and elegant but also make the outer wall more gentle and the interior more livable -- absorbs ultraviolet rays and infrared rays to adjust the indoor temperature so that bamboo plywood panels can bring warmth and intimacy.


HQC bamboo exterior wall panel specification is 800*500 (mm), our bamboo products company can produce different color bamboo products according to customers' demand. HQC provides a variety of color schemes and appearance options. We recommend the "Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter" color scheme for you. At present, this color scheme is applying for a national appearance patent.


HQC bamboo fibre wall panels select natural bamboo, go through 8 pressing boards, 12 coloring processes, and strict performance testing (product size, physical properties, weather resistance, mildew resistance, paint film performance). HQC treats every detail with care.


Fujian HeQiChang Bamboo Industrial Co., Ltd. is a bamboo panel suppliers, we provide bamboo panels cheap, bamboo decorative wall panels, bamboo flooring on walls, bamboo products for sale, bamboo plywood sheets and etc. Want to buy bamboo wall panel or know more? Please contact us.


https://www.hqcbamboo.com/products/bamboo-wall-panel.html




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