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Material Resysta


Rice husks
Common salt
Mineral oil
approx. 60%
approx. 22%
approx. 18%


DensityASTM D2395:2002approx. 1.46 g/cm³

Coeffivient of linear

thermal expansion

ASTM D6963,6 x 10(-5) mC
Water Absorption & HumidityASTM D1037:2006aLittle up to no water absorption (only surface moistening)

Weathering and

UV Resistance

QUV TestWith glaze treatment, Resysta surfaces are extremely resistant
Fire Rating (german/european norm)EN ISO 11925-2B2 (E) – standard flammable (with additional treatment B1 reachable)
Fire rating according NFPA (US Norm)ASTM E84Class A (flame propagation 25, smoke emission 450)
Fire rating (British standard)BS 476 Teil 6&7Class 1
Duraility Resistance against wood-destroying fungi (basidiomycetes)DIN V EN V 12038:2002

the material has not been affected,

highest durability

– Class 1

EmissionLGA-tested safety & contaminationLGA test passed
Brinell hardness (HB)EN 153481,1 N/mm2
Coefficient of FrictionLeather, Dry Condition0.687
Coefficient of FrictionRubber, Dry Condition1.082
Coefficient of FrictionNeolite, Dry Condition0.850
Axial Witdrawal Force (of Screws)EN 320.2011-075777 N
Thermal Conductivity (λ)EN 126640.199 W/(mK)
Water Vapour TransmissionDIN EN ISO 125725777 N
Bending StrengthISO 17846 N/mm²
Bending ModulusISO 1783850 N/mm²
Tensile StrengthISO 52721,8 N/mm²
Tensile ModulusISO 5272340 N/mm²
Tensile ModulusISO 5272340 N/mm²
Shearing StrengthEN 39216,8 N/mm²
Durability – Resistance against rotting fungiCEN/TS 15083-2No attack by the test fungi, highest durability class 1 (very durable)
Durability against mold fungi and wood discoloring fungiEN 15534-1:2012Durability against the wood discoloring fungi (very durable)
Durability against subterranean TermitesASTM D3345-08High Durability against subterranean Termites – nearly no weight loss
Specific surface and volume resistancesDIN IEC 60093 measuring voltage 100V

Surface resistance Rx=8,0*10(13) Ω

Specific surface resistance α=8,1*10(14) Ω

Volume resistance Rx=2,2*10(13) Ω

Specific volume resistance α=6,3*10(14) Ω

Technic & Characteristics

Anyone working with wood will be enthused about Resysta. Like its natural relative it can be sawn, drilled, painted, sanded or oiled. However, there is one pivotal advantage: Resysta does neither crack nor splinter and its cutting wastes are 100% recyclable. The different profiles of Resysta are produced in an extrusion process can be used for many applications.