Features

A raw wooden board coated with a High-Pressure Laminate (HPL) on both sides. Usually we employ Plywood or Blockboard, but even MDF or Chipboard, are usable for the purpose.

Among different types of raw wooden boards, it is possible to choose the most suitable to customer’s needs:

HPL Poplar Plywood:

A product for important furniture or joinery works. It is made by multiple layers of crossed poplar rotary cut veneers, then coated with High Pressure Laminates on both faces.

HPL Blockboard:

With MDF/HDF sheet applied on each side of the core (3-layer pattern), or one rotary cut Ceiba veneer and a MDF/HDF sheet applied on each side of the core (5-layer pattern). High Pressure Laminate applied on both external faces.

HPL MDF:

A board made of grinded chips, tiny wooden particles and sawdust. The mix obtained from the grinding process is glued and compressed to create a sort of wood pulp.

HPL Chipboard:

A panel made of scrap wood that is glued and pressed together.

Collection HPL 2014

Collection HPL 2013/3

Collection HPL 2017

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