The high pressure laminated sheets (HPL) are decorative boards that are formed by incorporating different layers of wood fibres, usually Kraft paper, treated with phenolic resins. The surface of the plate or panel is covered by sheets of cellulose impregnated with thermosetting melamine resins.

Later they are compressed to high pressures (80 Kg / cm2) and temperatures (150 ° C) in hydraulic presses, suffering an irreversible chemical-physical transformation.


The High Pressure Laminate is the most versatile coating material that exists for spaces where there is a high human traffic. Its resistance to impacts and blows, wear, scratching, water, steam, heat and frost make it an irreplaceable material in certain commercial, industrial and home areas. It is easy to clean and maintain, insensitive to graffiti, varnishes and sprays, and does not attract dust. It also behaves as an electrical insulating material.

Extremely weather resistant.

Sun, dust, rain (even acid rain) and humidity do not significantly affect the surface of the plate. The resistance to ultraviolet rays and the colour stability of the decorative surface comply with the highest classification 4-5 of the grey scale according to ISO105 A02

In addition, it adds an aesthetic value to the space where it is used. It is easy to install and its applications are endless: Kitchen and bathroom furniture, school, urban and office. Coating of interiors, doors, cabinets, changing rooms, lockers, countertops, tables and chairs, etc.


The recommended thickness of a continuous ventilated chamber is between 20 mm and 50 mm. The thickness of the chamber has to comply with the norms and national construction legislation.

The plates must have a range of movement of 2.5 mm per meter in length and width, which means that you have to leave enough space around them. The tolerances of the plates, the assembly and the building play an important role in the detail of the joints. The joints must guarantee sufficient ventilation and / or drainage in order to prevent possible damages derived from moisture retention.


  • Exterior cladding in ventilated facades and parts of facades.
  • Solar control and bankruptcy films.
  • Interior and urban furniture.
  • Coating of balconies
  • Interior and exterior skies


  • Optimum size of the panels to reduce losses
  • The thickness of the panel help reduce sub-frames
  • Easy and simple cleaning and maintenance
  • Ecologically sound production starts with raw materials
  • Metal free dyes
  • The emissions and discharges are within acceptable limits
  • Elimination of toxic and corrosive gases
  • Improvement of garbage reduction, storage and delays

Measures and colours

We can supply plates of different thicknesses, the most common being between 0.5 and 36mm.

The most important standard measurements are those of 2440 x 1220, 2440 x 1540, 2800 x 1300, 3050 x 1310, 3660 x 1525 and 3660 x 1830; although we can look for other measures according to your needs.

They also present a wide range of colours.