What are Trespa panels?

What are Trespa panels?

Trespa® is a high pressure compact laminate panel (HPL), based on thermosetting resins, homogeneously reinforced with wood based fibers and manufactured under high pressure and at high temperatures.

Is Trespa solid grade laminate?

Solid grade laminate – Trespa Athlon These colours are available in 13mm thick (for lockers) and 20mm thick (for bench seating).

Is Trespa a plastic?

Many companies manufacture HPL plastic, Trespa® is just one of them. When it comes to the quality of the sheets our private label HPL sheets are virtually the same as Trespa® sheets. The main difference between Trespa® and other manufacturers is the size and diversity of their assortment.

Is Trespa waterproof?

Trespa® Meteon® is extremely weather resistant : sun, rain or moisture have almost no effect on the panel’s surface or core. Trespa® Meteon® architectural cladding panels are available in a wide range of standard colours, effects and finishes – or can be custom made.

What is HPL panel?

High-pressure laminates cladding, or HPL cladding for short, are widely used for exterior as well as interior surfacing purposes in commercial properties. HPL cladding are manufactured by pressing and heating multiple layers of kraft paper impregnated with thermosetting resins that have exceptional bonding strength.

What is HPL cladding?

High Pressure Laminate (HPL) panels are a form of cladding typically manufactured by layering sheets of wood or paper fibre with a resin and bonding them under heat and pressure. They sometimes include additional chemicals to provide fire retardant properties and are available in a wide range of colours and finishes.

Is trespa a high pressure laminate?

Trespa® Meteon® is a decorative high-pressure compact laminate (HPL) with an integral surface manufactured using Trespa’s unique in-house technology, Electron Beam Curing (EBC).

How do you cut Trespa panels?

Trespa®’s general guidelines recommend cutting these panels with a wall saw, jigsaw, fixed circular saw, or hand-held circular saw. If you’re going to use a hand-held circular saw, Trespa® recommends that you have the non-decorative side facing upwards while sawing.

What is a rainscreen facade?

Rainscreen cladding is the attachment of an outer skin of rear-ventilated cladding to a new or existing building. The system is a form of double-wall construction that uses an outer layer to keep out the rain and an inner layer to provide thermal insulation, prevent excessive air leakage and carry wind loading.

Are Trespa panels flammable?

The cladding is a ‘Trespa’ High Pressure Laminate (HPL) product, which is combustible by nature, being composed of plastic reinforced with wood fibre.

Which HPL sheet is best?

Top High Pressure Laminates (HPL) Manufacturers in India

  • Green Future Solutions.
  • Greenlam Industries Ltd.
  • Merino Industries Ltd.
  • Purbanchal Laminates Pvt Ltd.
  • Finilex Laminates.
  • Samrat Plywood Limited.
  • Sonear Industries Ltd.
  • Stylam Industries Limited.

What makes Trespa panels unique in the market?

TRESPA’s proprietary technology ensures that Meteon panels are unique in the market today. TRESPA Meteon panels give architects an inspiring view of the future. Its Perspectives platform provides a source of ideas, new techniques, colors and shapes. Themes like Character, Rhythm and Depth give new impulses to facade design.

What kind of wall panel is Trespa Meteon?

Solid and Sturdy. Trespa ® Meteon ® is highly scratch and impact resistant. The wall panels are consistent, high-density throughout, easily machinable and workable like hardwood.

What kind of siding can Trespa panels be used for?

Trespa’s leading family of architectural panels for façades and exterior applications. The perfect choice for any façade siding in either modern or traditional fitting. More info! GO TO CAREERS!

What kind of laminate is Trespa Meteon made of?

Trespa ® Meteon ® is a decorative high-pressure compact laminate (HPL) with an integral surface manufactured using Trespa’s unique in-house technology, Electron Beam Curing (EBC).

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