Zero-Carbon Molded Door

HIGH-QUALITY CLEAN-TECH MOLDED DOORS

Here are PRODUCTS that conserve Forests, reduce Global warming, reduce wastes/recycling wastes, providing local jobs, improving National Economy, and helping Customers enjoy the BEST Products at affordable cost.  Natural Fibers such as Coconut leaf splinters, Coconut Husk fibers, Sawdust, Banana Fibers, and many others have very high STRENGTH-to-WEIGHT ratio. This means, on a “weight basis” appropriately designed and engineered products would have high strength, compared to other traditional materials. Further, by converting these Natural Fibers with various specialty Polymers we could arrive at excellent properties that would never be possible using wood alone. Here we have developed extremely Strong, Durable, Water-Proof, Insect-Proof and Warp-proof Composites that combine FORM, FUNCTION and PERFORMANCE. The Composites are Single-Piece, without any joints and planking. Their Aesthetics would make even natural wood just “ordinary looking”

 A Few WOOD SUBSTITUTE MOLDED DOORS

A Few WOOD SUBSTITUTE MOLDED DOORS

Many Stunningly beautiful designs are possible.

Stunningly Beautiful Door Designs are Possible!

Stunningly Beautiful Door Designs are Possible!

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