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Laminate with a highly resistant surface designed for flooring application.
Laminate typology according to EN 438.
A: pearly surface.
C: Compact (≥ 2 mm).
The substance used to bind/glue two surfaces. Adhesives can have natural or synthetic origin and be thermoplastic or thermosetting. Adhesives are typically defined by the kind of adhesion. They can be reactive and non-reactive adhesives. The reactive adhesives chemically reacts to harden: one-part adhesives (light curing materials, e.g. acrylic based adhesives; heat curing materials, e.g. cyanoacrylates and urethanes); multi-part adhesives (acrylics, urethanes and epoxies). The non-reactive adhesive are: drying adhesives (solvent based, e.g rubber cement; polymer dispersion based, e.g. PVAc), pressure sensitives adhesives (e.g acrylate polymers), contact adhesives (e.g natural rubber and neoprene), hot adhesives (hot melt thermoplastic adhesives).
The situation or the purpose for which the laminate can be utilized.
Arpa HPL (STD)
Arpa standard HPL typology: one-sided HPL, whose thickness ranges from 0,7 mm to 1.8 mm.
Arpa HPL PF
Arpa postforming HPL typology: one-sided HPL which can be heat shaped toward convex or concave shape. Thickness ranges from 0,6 mm to 1.2 mm.
In the HPL production cycle, the act of putting together the different kraft, decor and overlay sheets. Once overlapped they are put in a press for the thermo-lamination.