A Revolutionary material made from rice husks, salt and mineral oil that
looks like wood, feels like wood – yet better than wood.
1996 – Two Singapore brothers, made it their mission to formulate a composite material that had all the characteristics of a tropical hardwood, yet would contain absolutely no wood. A product made primarily from vegetable fibre waste.
1998 – After 24 months of experimentation they succeeded in manufacturing a commercially viable composite, Exwood, that has all the features of a tropical hardwood and can be worked just like wood.
1999 – The first decking contracts are awarded, including the decking for the Sai Kung Pier in Hong Kong, a fisherman’s pier, a real test.
2007 – After eight years of exclusive Exwood deck installations, MBM, one of Germany’s top family owned outdoor furniture companies teams up with the Singapore brothers to adapt their product for outdoor furniture.
2009 – The Resysta brand is born, a high-tech hybrid material which looks like wood, feels like wood, handles like wood; yet in which there is absolutely no wood. A revolutionary material made from rice husks, salt and mineral oil.