High pressure laminates as one of the most durable decorative surface materials have many uses. They are widely used in countertops, cabinets, furniture, cladding, flooring and many more. Both in commercial and residential buildings.
With advances in technology, customer-specific laminates are produced today that meet specific requirements. Apart from aesthetics, HPL sheets also increase the surface resistance so that it is strong and resistant to wear. HPL is manufactured for specific applications and performance and is available in various grades / layers:
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Suede / matte finish
These are the most common coatings used for general purpose laminates. They can be used for both vertical and horizontal surfaces. The usual thickness of this laminate varies between 0.6 mm and 1.00 mm. This laminate is best for locations that require surfaces that are functional, durable and aesthetically pleasing such as kitchen countertops and work surfaces, etc.
This coating has a glossy effect on the surface, which transfers the shine to the room. It is mainly used in kitchens, showrooms, pubs, etc.
This laminate has its own aesthetic because it has a surface with a different type of texture. They are ideal for vertical surfaces with minimal impact and wear, such as walls. Due to their low resistance to surface wear and scratching, they can also be used as end plates for cabinets and more.
Fireproof laminates are made for indoor applications requiring decorative surfaces that are fire and smoke resistant. Apart from kitchens, this laminate is used in airports, hotels, shopping malls, multiplexes and others.