Resopal® Collection Dancing Lines

Description

Decorative high-pressure laminate (HPL) sheets in accordance with EN 438 and ISO 4586, with a patterned colour appearance.


The sheets consist of layers of cellulose fibrous material (normally paper) impregnated with thermosetting resins and bonded together in a high-pressure process. The process, defined as a simultaneous application of heat (≥120°C) and high specific pressure (≥5 Mpa), provides flowing and subsequent curing of the thermosetting resins to obtain a homogenous non-porous material (≥1.4 g/cm³) with the required surface finish.


The formaldehyde emission level is far below the limit for wood-based materials. Due to their very low permeability, RESOPAL®-HPL sheets bonded to wood-based substrates act as a barrier against possible formaldehyde emissions coming from the substrates.


There is no migration affecting foodstuffs and, consequently, the laminates are approved for contact with foodstuffs.

The non-porous surface and edges are easy to disinfect with hot water, steam and all types of disinfectants used in hospitals and other commercial facilities. The decorative surfaces are resistant to common household solvents and chemicals; they do not suffer from corrosion and oxidation, and they do not need any further surface protection (lacquers or paints).


Laminates are difficult to ignite and have properties that retard spread of flame, thus prolonging evacuation time. Due to incomplete burning, as with many organic materials, hazardous substances are to be found in the smoke. However, HPL is capable of meeting the best performance for organic surfacing materials specified in the French standard NFF 16101 (at least class F2 for smoke density and toxicity). HPL is not classified as a hazardous substance.


Dancing Lines creates a consistent overall look due to a combination of decors in matching base and print colours and coordinating woods.


Technical characteristics:

  • Calorific value: 18–20 MJ/kg.
  • Heavy metals: Does not contain toxic compounds of antimony or heavy metals barium, cadmium, chromium III, chromium VI, lead, mercury and selenium.
  • Material incompatibility: Strong acids or alkaline solutions will stain the surface.
  • Ignition temperature: 400°C (approximately).
  • Electrostatic behaviour: Surface resistivity is between 10^9–10^12 ohms and a chargeability of V < 2 kV according to CEI IEC 61340-4-1 (HPL is an antistatic material).
  • Does not contain Pentachlorophenol (PCP).

General information

Size

Other sizes are available as special order.

0.8 x 1220 x 2440 mm

0.8 x 1320 x 3050 mm

Material

High-pressure laminate (HPL)

Uniclass 2015

Pr_25_71_94_37 High-pressure decorative laminates (HPL or HPDL)Primary

CAWS

K11/60 Board

K11/880 Laminated plastics veneered board

K13/140 Proprietary laminated plastics-veneered panel lining

K32/10 Panel cubicles

K32/120 Panel cubicles

Specification data - High-pressure decorative laminates (HPL or HPDL) Enhanced data

Colour

An extensive range of finishes and textures is available; consult technical literature for detail and insert requirements.

-

Size

Other sizes are available as special order.

0.8 x 1220 x 2440 mm

0.8 x 1320 x 3050 mm

Solubility in water

Insoluble in water, oil, methanol, diethyl ether, n-octanol and acetone.

Melting point

Does not melt.

Formaldehyde emissions

< 0.4 mg/h/m² (tested according to EN 717-2), <0.05 ppm (tested according to the WKI chamber method).

Thermal Conductivity:

0.3 W/m·K.

Abrasion resistance

3 (to EN 438).

Impact resistance

4/3 (to EN 438).

Scratch resistance

4/3/2 (to EN 438).

Lightfastness

4-5 (to EN 438).

Similar products from Resopal

Coordinated Surfaces

Coordinated Surfaces

Metals and Metallics

Metals and Metallics

Resopal Unity

Resopal Unity

Resopal® Collection Plain Colours

Resopal® Collection Plain Colours

Resopal® Collection Stones and Materials

Resopal® Collection Stones and Materials

Resopal® Collection Traceless

Resopal® Collection Traceless

Resopal® Collection Woods

Resopal® Collection Woods