Selling Technical Components Made out of PUX + Softwood

  • Offer
    18319606
  • Date
    2024-05-22
  • Valid until:
    2024-11-18

Product

Type Technical Components
Core material Solid wood with other finish material
Solid wood type European Softwood
Species Spruce (Picea abies), Fir (Abies alba), Pine (Pinus sylvestris) - Scots Pine
Finish material PUX
Short description - end use Whether in caravans, the automotive sector or door components: PUX® finds its perfect use

Specifications

Volume 2 40'Container per month Convert
Dimensions At customer's requirements
Files
  • Specification file1
  • Description
    TECHNICAL COMPONENTS WITH UNLIMITED POSSIBILITIES
    We combine the two materials wood and PUX® allowing their properties to optimally complement each other – with maximum precision under minimum tolerance. With its remarkable properties, PUX® is a winner in virtually every area of application: the multifunctional rigid foam is not only versatile and durable but also recyclable.

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    Sells to: Worldwide

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