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planeo TitanWood - solid plank grey grooved/grooved

High-density WPC planks for robust and durable terraces

    • Made of robust and durable wood-plastic mixture.
    • Quick and easy assembly.
    • Particularly barefoot-friendly, no risk of splintering.
    • Resistant to weathering, fungal and insect attack.

    TitanWood WPC planks offer the highest standards and are more robust and durable than conventional WPC planks.

    • Ultra-high density material composition.
    • Water absorption rate below 1%.
    • High impact resistance - 18kJ/m².
    • Extremely moisture resistant.
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Your delivery date: until Thursday 1. August

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The TITANWOODWPC plank, which is only available from planeo , surpasses the material of conventional WPC in every respect and achieves top values that exceed the European standard EN15534.

  • The best plank on the market
  • Planeo TitanWood WPC decking boards are currently among the best on the market and are much more durable. With normal use and installation according to planeo guidelines, you receive a 20-year warranty.
  • Does not break as quickly
  • Specially developed additives, production formulas and application processes ensure the ideal material mix and guarantee less cracking and high breaking strength.
  • Bends less
  • The physical strength of TitanWood WPC is 2.5 times higher than required by the European standard. This ensures that the plank deflects less than conventional WPC products.
  • Environmentally friendly & durable
  • By using recycled materials, the production of WPC planks conserves forests while obtaining real wood-like structures of the planks. The deck's resilient properties offer permanently better protection from termite and rodent damage without high maintenance.
  • More water resistant
  • In terms of water absorption and moisture resistance, the TitanWood WPC material far exceeds the European standard.

Please note: Fluctuating colour variations between the WPC planks are due to the material and production. After some time of weathering, the colours will even out.

  • shatterproof
  • anti-slip
  • environmentally friendly
  • weatherproof
  • low maintenance

Compared to first generation WPC, TitanWood brand planks are clearly superior. The WPC decking boards test according to EN standard 15534 shows: TitanWood is more resilient, easier to maintain, more durable, more impact resistant and more moisture resistant than conventional WPC boards. With a 2.5 higher load-bearing capacity, the high-density TitanWood WPC exceeds the load values specified by the Euro standard for composite materials such as WPC decking boards. With TitanWood, you get a particularly high-quality product in guaranteed long-lasting quality - far beyond the European standard.

Technical Details
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Manufacturer TitanWood
Width in mm 143
Thickness in mm 22
Top / bottom grooved (fine)/grooved
Material WPC / BPC
Look Wood effect
Special features Reversible
EAN 4062212001684
Profiles Solid plank
Shipping group XL
Type Clip system
suitable for Pool surround, Terrace, Balcony
Package Content 9 rm
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Product questions

Installing WPC Titanwood composite decking boards

Variant: Renew existing terrace

1. determine the installation height for WPC composite decking boards

First determine the total construction height of the WPC composite decking boards to be installed. The terrace construction consists of the substructure (chippings, weed fleece, lawn edges) and the terrace construction (terrace pad, substructure, WPC planks). Check whether existing edges of the old terrace can be used for the necessary height. Tighten cords to be able to measure the heights. Also take into account the slope of 2% away from the house.

2. chippings - creating the basis for the new terrace construction

Spread chippings on the compacted gravel roughly with a wheelbarrow and shovel. Level the surface with a spirit level on two long metal poles embedded in the chippings. Check the required construction height and the slope with at least two taut strings. Start in one corner and work your way through the entire area, one row at a time.

3. lay out weed fleece and kerbstones

First roll out a sheet of weed mat, starting from the outer edge. In the next step, immediately lay the kerb stones on top with a distance of 2 cm from the edge of the patio. A homemade template as a spacer makes it easier to lay the subsequent kerbstones on the fleece. Where higher loads are to be expected on the terrace, you should place the kerbstones closer together.

4. laying the terrace WPC substructure correctly

The WPC substructure requires 2cm edge distance in all directions. The parallel distances of the WPC substructure should be between 30-40cm. Mark the exact positions with a chalk line. Lay out the substructure on decking pads. Bridge the joints parallel to each other with a piece of substructure. Always check and correct the evenness of the surface with a spirit level during installation. Dowel all ends of the substructure around the edge of the terrace and on the surface. Reinforce the joints of the WPC composite decking boards with additional substructure so that the ends do not hang more than 5 cm freely in the air. Now stick the supplied EPDM spacer tape onto the full length of each substructure.

5. plan and install terrace lighting

Mark all planned lamp positions before you start laying the boards. Unroll the 12V cabling completely along the markings. Leave the cable ends freely accessible and cover unused ones with caps. Then install the lamps completely and at the same time as laying the floorboards. Drill the appropriate holes and bring the connectors into contact with the laid-out cable. Check the lamps immediately for proper function. Finally, clamp the cable to the transformer and position it in the floor tank or near a socket. Use a safebox if the socket is in the ground.

6. lay the WPC Titanwood decking boards. Done!

To start laying the composite decking boards, first screw the starting clips onto each substructure with a distance of 2 cm to the wall. Then lay the composite decking boards and shorten them if necessary. Then position the centre clip, pre-drill and fix the composite decking boards to each substructure with the stainless steel screws provided. Make sure you use the correct torque on the cordless screwdriver. Refer to the installation instructions for the correct spacing at the head joints. Cut the last row of WPC composite boards lengthwise with a circular saw. Pre-drill them and screw them to each substructure. Now you can enjoy your new Titanwood terrace.

What you need to make it yourself


  • WPC decking boards
  • Substructure terrace
  • Assembly clips
  • Decking pads
  • EPDM tape
  • Stainless steel screws


  • Weed fleece
  • End trims
  • LED lights
  • Curbstones
  • Garden and landscaping concrete
  • Crushed stone/ frost protection material
  • Paving chippings
  • Concrete slabs
  • Dowels
  • Drainage channel


  • Cordless screwdriver
  • Spirit level
  • Folding rule
  • Chop saw
  • String nails / iron rods
  • Hearing protection & safety goggles
  • Protective gloves


  • Impact drill
  • Angle grinder
  • masking tape
  • Mortar bucket
  • Spade
  • Wheelbarrow
  • Shovel
  • Aluminium straightedge / puller rods
  • Agitator
  • Mason's cord
  • Vibrating plate
  • Sledgehammer

working time:

  • up to 50h per 20m² terrace area

Difficulty level:

  • Medium
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