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Features and Benefits


Thanks to the heat and high-pressure treatment it undergoes, Arpa HPL is an exceptionally rugged material that is resistant to scratching, impact, abrasions, chemicals and heat, making it ideal for a wide range of applications.

Applications
Solid Core is ideally suited for table applications - restaurants, break rooms, fast food courts, etc. There are a wide range of surface patterns from which to choose including wood grains, solid colors, stone patterns, abstracts, and oxidations. It is easy to maintain and highly durable.

Features
Arpa's Compact Grade laminate protects the interior structure wall against high wear and abuse while allowing creative design choices.

Benefits
Benefits include little to no maintenance, wall structure longevity, wear resistant, moisture resistant and pleasing aesthetics. Other benefits inclde:

  • Impact resistant
  • Scratch and wear-resistant
  • Light fastness
  • Easy to clean
  • Heat-resistant (up to 180°C)
  • Hygienic
  • Suitable for contact with food
Moreover, when subjected to special processing, HPL can be made antibacterial and flame retardant; thus HPL is particularly suitable for public places or in all applications where a high level of hygiene is important - i.e. kitchens, laboratories, and hospitals.

Non Porous
Thanks to its extremely low permeability, HPL forms a barrier against potential formaldehyde leakage from any inner wooden components.

Performance Capabilities
HPL is a good choice for long-lasting interior wall cladding because of its durability, scratch / impact-resistance and hygienically-sealed surface.

Materials Used
The interior wall cladding system consists of Arpa's Compact Laminate which is either attached to a furring sub frame or integrated into one of three different aluminum reveal systems.

Installations
For installation guidelines please contact a Willis Sales Representative.

Other Products Offered
Arpa also carries a wide range of colored and patterned HPL (High Pressure Laminate) used for the decorative covering of countertops, tables, wall panels and casework.