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Bedford Technology’s SelectForce Continuous Extrusion Recycled Plastic Lumber

This next series of blogs will focus on products and applications for each of our three unique processes.  We will start this series out with Bedford Technology’s Selectforce continuous extrusion recycled plastic lumber product.

SelectForce continuous plastic extrusion product allows flexibility in shapes and long lengths with a smooth surface appearance and feel. This makes it great for projects requiring various lengths and unique profiles. Our SelectForce continuous plastic extrusion product also has a consistent end-cut appearance, smooth surface finish and comes in a variety of colors, making it highly useful in the outdoor furniture market. Items such as Adirondack chairs, patio furniture, tables, stands and shelving to name a few, look great and are long lasting and resistant to: rotting, splintering, water damage, termites (pests), etc. SelectForce plastic lumber doesn’t require painting, is very low maintenance, and can be color matched for your specific project needs.

Other areas where a SelectForce recycled HDPE plastic lumber product are utilized include: boardwalks, parks and recreation applications, playground equipment, signage as well as many others. SelectForce continuous extrusion product is a high quality, carpenter friendly product that can be drilled, sawn, cut, routed and worked just as wood lumber.

Bedford Technology’s SelectForce recycled HDPE plastic lumber serves as a replacement to traditional parts made from injection molding, rotational molding, vacuum forming, aluminum extrusion, lumber profiles and wood profiles. Bedford Technology can also design a custom plastic lumber product to suit your specific application. Contact us today at (800)-721-9037 and talk with one of our knowledgeable sales representatives. Visit us online at www.plasticboards.com, “Like” us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/bedfordtechnology or follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/plasticboards.