What is eco board material?

ECOBoard is an environmental friendly alternative to MDF, OSB or fibreboards, that does not release nor contain formaldehyde toxin. ECOBoards however are not made from WOOD, but use agricultural fibres, residue or by-products from harvests, a product that is usually burned as a waste problem.

Is Eco Board durable?

Eco Plastic Wood’s eco board is practical, durable and ideal for construction in any area with its ability to be cut and worked like traditional timber.

What is eco board used for?

An ECOBOARD is a high-performance sustainable board. ECOBOARDS have the same technical performance attributes as any modern water-sport board, while having reduced environmental and toxic impacts – through the use of more sustainable materials and manufacturing processes.

How much is Ecoboard?

MINIMAL MAINTENANCE

SPECIFICATIONS ECOBOARD 18 MM
COST PER PIECE ( 4 X 8 FT ) Php 2,850 Php 2,850
NO. OF TIMES USED 15x 25x
COST PER USAGE Php 190 Php 114
COST PER SQM Php 63 Php 38

Is Ecoboard waterproof?

Eco-boards are corrosion proof, fire proof, water proof and termite resistant.

Is MDF board eco friendly?

MDF is one of the cheaper wood construction materials that you can use for a range of projects. It’s also very environmentally friendly and sustainable, and when it’s well maintained, it can last a long time.

Can you paint eco board?

ECOBoards can be used in virtually all applications where conventional boards are used. Their excellent strength to weight ratio, and screw hold properties mean that a variety of hardware can be used, including, hinges and brackets. Painting after priming gives excellent results.

Can you paint Ecoboard?

Is plywood eco-friendly?

In short, plywood is not the most sustainable type of wood as it is engineered with glue, but it can be made in a more environmentally friendly way.

Do you need to Prime PVC boards before painting?

Do You Have To Prime Pvc Before Painting? As a rule of thumb, you do not need to prime the paint first. You also (as a rule of thumb) do not need to “scuff it up” with sandpaper beforehand in order to get the paint to “adhere”.