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Standard colors HPL Uni


durable and low-maintenance

Along with ceramic, high quality HPL finishes are the current trend in table manufacturing. This high-pressure laminate (HPL) is able to withstand a great many things. The tabletops are very resistant to all kinds of different wear.

The finishes meet the highest quality standards in accordance with EN 438/ISO 4586 with respect to impact, scratch and abrasion resistance. They are largely resistant to acids, cracks, moisture, temperatures up of 180°C, are non-fading and do not exhibit discolouration. The panels are long-lasting and emissions-free. They are made of approximately 70 % cellulose and 30 % resins modelled on naturally occurring resins. Highpressure presses are used to compress the paper at pressure of about 80 kg/cm2 and a temperature of approx 140°C. HPL has been developed to come up to the high demands of everyday life.


Thanks to its durable and hygienic sealed surface, HPL does not require any special care. Overall, the panels are easy to clean, which is usually the case for structured finishes as well. To clean, use a clear soap solution and warm water. Dry the table-top with a piece of paper or a soft cloth afterwards. In case of persistent dirt and stains, cleaning can be improved by using a cleaning foam or a nylon brush. Furniture polishes and wax-containing cleansers tend to fill the structures of the HPL surface, which results in the build-up of a sticky, unpleasant layer that adheres to dirt. For this reason, these cleansers must not be used! When cleaning, makes sure to use the mildest possible cleanser. In particular, cleansers must not contain any scouring agents or
acidic ingredients, as these types of cleansers may change the sheen and cause scratches.


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Smaller pigment spots and colour differences, slight impurities as well as minor bumps and dimples in the HPL finish are due to natural processes as well as the production process. These are in compliance with recognised quality standards and do not constitute any grounds for reclamations.