Diacrete wood wool cement panels are a series of green building materials that provide in acoustic solutions, thermal insulation and wide applications for constructions. Diacrete panel is made up of 60% long wood wool fiber and 40% Portland cement, with the latter serving as an excellent binder that holds the materials together. Produced in Taiwan since 1964, Diacrete wood wool panel has been developed by professional experts and have much many reference in government constructions and private buildings. Its continuous innovation and contributions to ecology also impressed designers, especially who those concern to nature.
60% Hemlock Wood Wool
Hemlock is used as the raw material in Diacrete panels. A beautiful, strong tree species, also one of the most widely used wood types with an excellent quality. It is characterized by its high stability that resists shrinking, swelling, warping, and twisting. In addition, hemlock can be exposed to sunlight for many years but still keep its good characters and long lasting – almost many types of woods became dark due to sunlight UV, except hemlock. Plus, it has a great nail holding capacity and high strength, easy to paint over and also highly wear-proof. Hemlock is an ideal choice for both indoor and outdoor use, and this is why we choose Hemlock as the timber raw material.
Firstly appeared in 1824, cement is one of the most important building materials around the world today and one of the most commonly used raw materials in the construction industry. The mineralization of cement-bonded wood wool allows Diacrete panels to be rendered into an inorganic composite, thereby becoming highly durable and stable.