|Usage/Application||apartments, office and home|
From giving a beautiful look to exterior areas like shafts and duct coverings, to taking wind loads in high-rise buildings,jaalis made from WPC are becoming the architect’s choice of material.
WPC art panels (Jaalis) are an example of the versatility of WPC boards. By giving them a creative bend, the WPC boards or sheets can be also crafted into attractive coverings for shafts and ducts,create eye-catching backsplashes, doors, cabinet inserts, partitions screens, feature walls in dining and living rooms, artistic bed headboards, TV and media backdrops, entrance design features etc,
What makes WPC especially desirable is its high resistance to UV rays, such that the sun’s rays do not affect its appearance and performance in exterior application. WPC is also resistant to fungus, mould and bacteria, which means that shaft/duct area will remain clean and hygienic. WPC does not attract termites and borers, is fire retardant, screw-able/nail-able for sturdy installation, 90 degree bendable, 100% calibrated, scratch and stain-free, and durable, requiring minimal or no maintenance.
WPC can be painted/polished in any colour and does not lose its sheen even when exposed to different weather conditions. It does not need any kind of surface treatment like laminates, paints, coatings, etc. Environment conscious building owners will find that WPC is an emission-free, recyclable material and sustainable too. Hardly surprising then that WPC is seen as an alternative to GRC, FRP and cement boards.