The Deceuninck Group is one of the top three manufacturers of PVC and composite profiles for windows, doors and façades and is active in 91 countries. The head office of the international group is located in Gits, Belgium. The group’s German headquarters are in Bogen, Lower Bavaria.
Deceuninck is committed to achieving the smallest possible carbon footprint. All products can be recycled and are, to a large extent, also manufactured from recycled PVC. Up to 45,000 tonnes of old PVC can be processed with state-of-the-art technology in the Group’s own recycling plant in Diksmuide, Belgium. The reclaimed materials are incorporated into the production series as a valuable and resource-conserving raw material.
Twinson terrace systems are made from a composite material consisting of wood and PVC (WPC). They are an environmentally friendly, easy-to-care-for alternative to tropical timbers, since the spruce wood used in the massive planks comes from PEFC-certified, sustainably managed forests. They are produced in Europe and the PVC element of the core consists of 100 per cent recycled PVC. The planks can be fully recycled. The VinylPlus Label for Twinson planks is independent confirmation of their sustainability.
However, the products last a very long time before you even have to consider the recycling aspect. The Majestic Massive Pro terrace plank has a 360° PVC coating, which makes it especially resistant to stains and scratches. The massive planks are anti-slip, easy to care for and the pleasant, foot-friendly surface means that you can walk on them barefoot without having to worry about splinters or gaps.
Character Massive and Majestic Massive Pro also fulfil the standard for hard roofing and are resistant to flying embers and radiating heat with the Broof(t1) classification. At the same time, both have a natural look and, as a massive plank, are just as easy to saw as wood. Character Massive is available in four natural colours; with Majestic Massive Pro, you have a choice of six.