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Which HPL brand is best?

Which HPL brand is best?

Top High Pressure Laminates (HPL) Manufacturers in India

  • Fundermax.
  • Alfa Ica India Ltd.
  • Cedar Decor Private Limited.
  • Century Ply Ltd.
  • Eurotex Wood Pvt Ltd.
  • Green Future Solutions.
  • Greenlam Industries Ltd.
  • Merino Industries Ltd.

Which company is best for HPL sheet?

Here are the top HPL cladding sheet manufacturers in India:

  • Wonder Alu Board Overseas.
  • FunderMax India Pvt Ltd.
  • Future Good Flooring.
  • Finilex Laminates India Private Limited.
  • Greenlam Industries.
  • UFC International.
  • Aroma Timber Corporation.

What is the cost of HPL?

Wooden HPL Sheet Price Range: Rs. 80-250 per square feet.

What is a HPL finish?

HPL is the abbreviation for High Pressure Laminate. HPL is made up of several layers that are compressed (laminated) under very high pressure. This creates a very dense, hard and form-retaining sheet (HPL).

How can you tell the quality of an HPL sheet?

List of Quality Checks:

  1. Physical scratches.
  2. Surface wear and tear.
  3. Immersion in boiling water (Laminates swell up on immersion into water.
  4. Fire and heat burns.
  5. Steam and moisture.
  6. Staining by chemical agents.
  7. Heavy duty Scratching.
  8. Determine the limit of pressure that can be borne.

What is the thickness of HPL sheet?

Product Specification

Thickness 5 mm – 25 mm
Color Brown, Grey, Black etc
Finish Type Matte
Sheet Size 1220 mm x 2440 mm
Shape Rectangular

Which is better ACP or HPL?

HPL can be produced one side as well as double side unlike ACP. ACP is prone to scratches and not very easy to maintain whereas special scratch resistant HPL can be applied to surfaces for better maintenance. ACP, being metallic tends to lose shine whereas, HPL has optimal light fastness.

Are HPL guitars bad?

HPL’s durability is actually a bit worse than solid wood. It is just as sensitive to changes in temperature and humidity, so you have to treat it the same. The biggest downside is that if the HPL ever cracks and changes shape, it cannot be changed back, unlike solid wood. It will be harder to fix.