DURO is a brand new material developed by iDecking Revolution. Even though its formula is kept as a secret, as we stated earlier, DURO’s main ingredient is Rice Husk; a by-product in the processing of rice. This husk, when blended together with virgin polymers, makes this an incredibly versatile, storng and durable material.
Eco-Friendly – 100% Recyclable
DURO looks and feels extremely natural, it can be stained or treated for an extra level of protection using any colour available from iDecking. DURO is 100% recyclable, the Eco-Friendly composite material Mother Nature herself would have created.
DURO decking can be installed both on the EasyClick and EasyChange systems. Boards are available both with flat or anti-slip grooved surfaces.
Which are the highlights of DURO material?
- Eco-Friendly – 100% Recyclable
- Low maintenance
- Extremely stable and durable
- Can be treated and/or stained as you like
- No splinters, barefoot walking is welcome!
- Weatherproof & Waterproof
- UV ray resistant
- Insect and termite proof
- B1 Class fire resistant
What is DURO made of?
DURO consists in a mixture of virgin polymers (PVC) and agricultural waste products (rice husks) mixed through an innovative and secret classified process to form this incredible material, processed by estrusion.
How is DURO Processed?
DURO is processed like wood, with standard wood working machines and tools. It can be cut, drilled, sanded, glued and painted as if it was a piece of teak.
How can I keep my decking nice and clean? Both DURO and Wood Decking can be stained by grease, wine, coffee and other elements; if possible, immediately act on the spot with a normal household cleaner. If the stain resists, you can remove it by lightly sanding it with 40-60 sandpaper, always in the grain direction. We recommend the application of one or more layers of protective transparent treating paint, which protects your decking from dirt and makes cleaning much easier.
Is DURO a Sustainable Product?
YES! DURO is a 100% recyclable material. Its primary component, rice husk, is a renewable source that can be replaced in an incredibly shorter cycle than wood; furthermore the rice husk used to make DURO would be otherwise intended to be wasted and burned producing CO2.