In recent years, High Pressure Laminates has evolved to reach very high quality standards, becoming one of the most used materials in the construction of interior doors, furniture and floors. But what exactly is High Pressure Laminate and what is it made of? Read on to get know HPL closely:
Flooring manufacturer are used to dealing with different types of flooring materials. From the most sophisticated and delicate that must be located in specific sites so as not to be damaged to those more resistant that allow us to use them for long-term spaces of people, that resist shocks and even weather. Among the resistant materials par excellence, they can locate the HPL high pressure laminated sheets.
What Is High Pressure Laminate (HPL)?
High Pressure Laminate, in short HPL, is a material that belongs to the high-tech group of high-pressure decorative laminates, compact laminates, and balance sheets, widely used as a surface finishes applied to different materials, such as MDF or Chipboard.
HPL is manufactured by different layers of cellulosic technical fibers, from young woods, bonded with phenolic resin that, subject to high pressure and temperature, achieve a very compact composite sheet that has outstanding characteristics and a long duration, especially highlighting its exceptional resistance to impact and scratching.