Our HPL sheets in anthracite are available in 8mm thickness and up to 1500mm x 1000mm. The color of the surface corresponds to the color RAL 7016 (anthracite grey) and is manufactured according to the RAL-color-system. The layered structure of resin-impregnated craft paper for the core and anthracite decorative paper, which are pressed together under very high pressure, creates a robust, insensitive plate, with an attractive look. Due to the high rigidity, weatherproof HPL panels are ideal as facade cladding in the outdoor area, or as interior wall cladding. Thanks to the ETB-approval, the grey high-pressure plates can easily be used for the commercial construction of balcony cladding.
Our HPL panels are UV-resistant and insensitive to weather conditions such as frost or acid rain. The hard surfaces are free of pores and can easily be cleaned. In order to protect the decorative surfaces in anthracite from scratches and damages during processing, our HPL sheets are equipped with an easily removable protective film.
- Flame retardant according to DIN 4102 B1
- Flame retardant according to DIN EN 13501-1 Bfl - s1
- Balcony approval in accordance with ETB guideline "Components, that protect against falling"
- Our HPL panels meet Greenguard Indoor Air Quality Certification
- FSC-certified (ecologically sustainable and socially responsible forestry)
HPL panels are environmentally friendly because they are only made of paper and resin and can be recycled very well. In addition, HPL panels contain no hazardous substances and are free of heavy metals, organic halogens (fluorine, bromine, chlorine, etc.) and asbestos. Our anthracite grey HPL also meets the stringent requirements of Greenguard Indoor Air Quality Certification. This means that our HPL plates strictly adhere to the strict tolerances of chemical emissions. Thus, a use for office furniture, interior fittings and partitions without restrictions is possible. In addition, our HPL is considered physiologically harmless according to BfR.
ATTENTION:To clean HPL laminates, do not use abrasives, scouring pads or polishes. This could scratch or damage the anthracite surfaces, which negatively affects the look/optic of the HPL panels.