The high pressure laminates consist of several layers of paper impregnated with thermosetting resins and compacted by the combined action of heat (140/150 °C) and high pressure at approx. 7 MPa) for about 40-50 minutes.
The result is a stable, non-reactive, even, non-porous and high-density product, with physical and chemical characteristics that differ completely from those of its constituent elements.
In addition, thanks to its very low permeability, HPL forms a barrier against potential loss of formaldehyde from the wood in the internal components of the finished panel.
Spring Due implements these laminates with excellent mechanical and chemical properties to make items of furniture with superior styling value, such as tables, tops, doors and side panels for every room within the home.
In addition to vinyl and/or polyurethane plating in coils or sheets, Spring Due can perform the following processing:
Even a radius of 2 on HPL thickness> 0.7 mm
Spring Due is in a position to produce special profiles, by shaping plastic edges appropriately, even extra-thick ones.
Unicolor is a particular type of HPL which stands out for consisting of a kraft paper substrate the same colour as the surface. By combining our superior know-how with the use of reactive polyurethane adhesives and top-quality materials, we are able to produce items with a high styling impact featuring a monolithic appearance with a near-invisible glue line and high resistance to water and steam.
Spring Due combines its strong expertise in polyurethane glued edges with new technologies that allow the use of laser-fusion edges which are distinguished by an invisible glue line and a gluing process similar in its characteristics to PUR adhesives.