High pressure laminate is an extra-hard fusing process used to manufacture laminate flooring. The surface, inner layers and backing layer are fused in a multiple step press operation. This process creates the most durable laminate construction.
High Pressure Laminate. The most common and preferred flooring surface for use in data centers. HPL can be manufactured with conductive carbon molecules embedded in the surface to provide electrical conductivity to dissipate static electricity.
High Pressure Laminate. High pressure laminate is constructed of special phenolic resins and papers to form a hard, scratch, stain, and dent resistant surface laminate. An HPL is used where a surface must withstand rough commercial type use yet retain its original appearance.
High Pressure Laminate. Built-up sheet laminate constructed of multiple layers of kraft paper saturated with phenolic resin, a decorative layer impregnated with melamine resin, and a clear or tinted thin overlay heavily saturated with melamine resin. The layers are bonded together under heat and pressure to form a very durable surface for use in applications such as counter tops or panel edges.
a two step method of bonding the finish and back layers to the core materials using glue under extreme heat and pressure.
High Pressure Laminate. A resin-based, impregnated Kraft paper, overlaid first with a wood-grain or solid color paper and finally by a protective sheeting that is heat-pressed and adhered.