Is Trespa a high pressure laminate?

Is Trespa a high pressure laminate?

Trespa® Meteon® is a decorative high-pressure compact laminate (HPL), manufactured using Trespa’s unique in-house technology, Electron Beam Curing (EBC). This creates a highly stable, dense Trespa Meteon panel with a closed surface to withstand dirt accumulation.

Is Trespa meteon fire retardant?

In a fire, Trespa® Meteon® does not melt, drip or explode and retains its stability for a long time. Authorised testing bodies throughout the world have confirmed that Trespa® Meteon® Fire Retardant grade (FR) panels fall within one of the most favourable fire classes.

What is Trespa cladding?

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 fix Trespa panels?

For vertical panels fixed with adhesive, Trespa® recommends a maximum panel surface of 2.5 ㎡. It is best to use Bostik sealant for fixing Trespa®. This adhesive is flexible enough to accommodate small size differences.

How long do Trespa panels last?

Trespa® Meteon® panels have a manufacturers guarantee of 10 years and a serviceable life expectancy in excess of 50 years.

Where are Trespa panels made?

Weert, the Netherlands
Where are Trespa solutions made? Our state-of-the-art manufacturing campus is at our company headquarters in Weert, the Netherlands.

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.

How thick are Trespa panels?

Trespa® is a heavy material with a specific weight that varies between 8.5 kg per m2 (sheet thickness 6 mm) till 18.2 kg per m2 (sheet thickness 13 mm).

What is trespa siding?

Trespa Pura NFC is Quality Siding As a high-pressure laminate cladding, Pura is made from about 70% wood fiber and thermo-setting resins. At high pressure and heat, the materials are compressed into an exceptionally sturdy panel.

Is trespa combustible?

Can you screw into Trespa?

Fixing: The most secure method of attaching Trespa panels is with blind fastening into the back or underside of the panel. Use #10, type A, sheet metal screws, sized to stop at least 1/8″ (3mm) short of the finished face. Pre-drill the Trespa with an 11/64″ (4.36 mm) diameter high speed drill bit.

What is Trespa HPL?

Trespa® Meteon® is a rigorously engineered High-Pressure Laminate (HPL) that turns wood-based fibres and resins into a high impact resistant, dimensionally stable building material with an exceptionally high delamination strength.

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