Recycled Thermoplastic Makes A Suitable Alternative to Wood-Based Building Materials

Dotmar's Uniboard is a unique recycled thermoplastic which replaces marine ply, plywood, MDF and craft wood within the construction, shop fitting and leisure industries. Uniboard outperforms its traditional timber rivals due to its advanced polymer structure which ensures this material is almost indestructible. Uniboard eliminates the requirement for regular weatherproofing, sound proofing, painting and other general ongoing maintenance hence reducing the long term operational costs.

The benefits of using Uniboard are:

  • Lightweight
  • Easy to Handle
  • Water Resistant
  • High Mechanical Strength
  • Chemical Resistant
  • Easily Cleaned
  • Easily Drilled and Machined

Uniboard applications include:

  • Horse Trailers
  • Upholstery Supports
  • Stable Partitions
  • Feed Troughs
  • Battery Boxes
  • Industrial Flooring
  • Van Flooring

Uniboards properties allow shopfitters, cabinet makers, boat builders and van fit out specialists the green alternative to traditional timber panels. This multipurpose polymer product is 10% lighter than the average plywood and marine ply, 30% lighter than cement sheet and more than 200% lighter than aluminium.
Choose from Dotmar's 3 Uniboard products:

  • Uniboard Eco is manufactured from recycled plastic HDPE and PP and used for sound insulators and animal enclosures
  • Uniboard Standard is manufactured from PP with the addition of 15% mineral reinforcement and is used for caravan flooring and skateboard ramps
  • Uniboard Ultra-stiff is manufactured from PP and further enhanced with a reengineered outer layer and used for bus flooring and marine applications

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