Agoya wood is strong, light and durable. Demand for this specialty has grown significantly as a result of recent corporate scandals in Arnhem.
The industrial park was presented to a gigantic boiler company on Friday morning in Cliffs Ward. This is the fourth reactor the company has brought from Germany to manufacture this special construction material.
“There is a lot of demand globally,” says Frank Nervard of Axis Technologies. “We are the only material manufacturing company. That is why we now want to expand with a factory in the United States.” A place in Asia, it is planned to make chipboard from agoya tree.
The wood thrown from New Zealand is used for timber production. The firewood is placed in a vinegar bath and concentrated. As a result, the material does not rot, does not work, is light and still very strong. Wood is used for everything: bridges, window frames, trumpets on trumpets, and even the omnisport’s cycling path in Abledor.
“Building with wood is also sustainable, so you also see that housing companies want to build more with wood,” says Frank. In some years the production has increased from twenty thousand to eighty thousand tons.
The invention originally came from Wageningen, he says. “This process was invented in the 1950s, but they have not been able to use it at this time.”
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