High-pressure laminate panel for interior use.
Suitable for all types of laboratories, in the hygienic sector, for research centres, hospitals or doctor’s surgery, photo laboratories, the foodstuffs industry, schools, pharmaceutical industry and everywhere, where absolute cleanliness of a highly resistant surface is demanded.
FunderMax Compact Interior panels are high-pressure laminate panels (HPL) manufactured to standard EN 438 for simple cut-outs for mounting the facade panels, to intricate milling for balcony elements.
Max Resistance² panels are Compact Interior panels with an integrated chemical-resistant surface.
Features and benefits:
Panel Core is black with surface finish available in different colours.
High-pressure laminate panels (HPL) according to EN 438-4 with scientifically developed, double-cured polyurethane acrylic coating.
3660 x 1630 mm
K13/140 Proprietary laminated plastics-veneered panel lining
K13/145 Proprietary plastics cladding
N11/380 Purpose-made units
N12/440 Purpose made
Non-bevelled cut edges as standard.
Edge processing is possible.
Black (core), surfaces are available in a wide range of decors, see manufacturer's literature for details.
DIN 52350/ EN ISO 1183 ≥1.35 g/cm³.
Flexural strength to EN ISO 178
E-Modulus to EN ISO 178
Coefficient of thermal expansion to EN 61340-4-1
20 x 10^-6 1/K.
Water vapour diffusion resistance
Resistance against stress abrasion to EN 438-2
Resistance against scratching to EN 438-2
≥3–4 Degree (4–6 N).
Susceptibility to cracking to EN 438-2
Light fastness to EN 438-2
A variety of options for fixing exist, including mechanical fastening, consult the manufacturer for details and insert requirements.
Contains Red List materials
The panels do not contain organic halogens (or chlorine, fluorine, bromine, etc) compounds such as are found in greenhouse gases or PVC. They contain neither asbestos nor wood protection agents (fungicides, pesticides, etc) and are free of sulfur, mercury and cadmium.
Country of material origin
Made from 65% natural fibre panels. Production waste is used to generate energy in Fundermax's green energy district heating plants.