A natural fiber compound ahead of its time
Resysta offers the warmth and feel of wood, but it also embodies the sustainability and wearability that natural hardwoods like IPE or Teak lack. Resysta also stands apart from wood composites because it is a bio-based wood substitute. One touch demonstrates the difference. It’s Resysta.
Resysta takes agricultural waste and transforms it into a durable building product with many applications. Approximately 60% (by volume) of the proprietary formula is rice husks, a rapidly renewable resource in great supply. Calcium carbonate and synthetic plastic polymer combined with the ARF (Active Resysta Filler) at extremely high temperatures yield a product that can be formed to almost any shape or size. Resysta qualifies for third party sustainability certifications based on its renewable resource content and being 100% recyclable in the manufacturing process and after many years of use. Resysta does NOT contain any wood and therefore does not contribute to deforestation. Resysta can be finished with over 30 beautiful water-based stains and sealed to assure color durability.
Have you seen any 10-year-old wood decks lately? Resysta Decking does not crack, splinter or rot. Insects don’t like Resysta material either, so it withstands pest infestation or fungal decay. It is also water resistant, even against saltwater, so its lifespan is considerably longer than wood. Sun, rain, hail, snow and extreme temperatures have minimal impact on Resysta, making it a great choice for any environment in the world. The surface is also slip-resistant.
Unlike its composite counterparts, spot damage on Resysta can be repaired. Any other man made composite product needs to be replaced. Resysta, instead can be sanded, stained and sealed, just like wood. Exceptional durability combined with easy maintenance makes Resysta ownership easy.
The longest list of product attributes means nothing, if the look and feel is all wrong. Resysta’s biggest selling point is aesthetics. This opinion is shared by thousands of architects, designers and homeowners who were introduced to Resysta. The material components and extruding process result in a product that is virtually indistinguishable from the tropical hardwoods which are popular in architectural compositions nowadays. Typical applications of Resysta are decking, siding and facades, but it’s well-suited for windows, paneling, shutters, fencing and outdoor furniture. The possibilities are unlimited.