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Viroc is a composite material constituted by cement and wood. The panels do not contain dangerous volatile compounds such as silica, asbestos and formaldehyde. During the manufacturing process of the material, a mixture of the two materials is strongly compressed and dried. Viroc combines the resistance and flexibility of wood with the durability and hardness of cement.
It is delivered in rectangular panels of different measures and thicknesses, standard (brut), sanded or coated by a primer (only in the sanded version).
The panels can be used in the exterior and in the interior in various applications such as: walls, floors, ceilings and other general applications of panels. Left unsanded, the material has a pure and raw look.