An Introduction to Manufacturing and Material Types HPL LAMINATES
High-pressure laminate (HPL) in accordance with EN 438 has been used in the construction and furniture sector for decades. The European standard EN 438 defines the material, requirements and properties of HPL.
HPL is a resin and paper-based thermosetting composite material and features a unique, extremely robust, resistant, modern and very decorative surface. HPL is omnipresent in our day-to-day lives and is self-supporting or used in conjunction with substrates. The application and usage areas of HPL are extremely diverse and are constantly evolving. This requires knowledge management which provides regularly updated information and assistance with regard to different applications and processing, in the form of technical bulletins.
High pressure laminates – Production process
2.1 Raw materials
2.2 Resin production
2.3 The impregnation (treating) of papers
2.4 Assembling and build-up
2.5 The high pressure process
2.6 Trimming, Sanding, Inspection
2.7 Fabrication of HPL elements and compact sheets
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