Wood-plastic composite wood flooring is composed of four layers of materials, namely wear layer, decorative layer, substrate layer and bottom layer.

The bottom layer, that is, the moisture-proof layer, is generally made of polyester material, which can block the moisture and moisture from the ground, thereby protecting the floor from the moisture of the ground and balancing with the above layers.

The base material layer is the main part of the wood-plastic composite floor. Most wood-plastic composite wood floors use the MDF as the base material. The MDF has many advantages that the original wood does not have, such as the dense and uniform structure of the MDF and the particle distribution. Average and so on. The weight of the MDF is mainly distinguished by its density value.

The decorative layer is also the tread layer above the substrate layer. This layer is made of a specially processed paper. Due to the heating reaction of the trimeric hydrogen ammonia solution, the chemical properties are stable, and it becomes a beautiful and durable surface paper, which has a wear resistance of 400 rpm, and is waterproof, UV-proof and fading-free.

The wear-resistant layer is a layer of anti-wear agent uniformly pressed on the surface of the wood-plastic composite floor, which has amazing wear resistance.