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HPL Laminated block board Plywood

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Core: Core: fir,malacca for the large core board, poplar or eucalyptus for the short medium board
Face/back: HPL
Glue: WBP or urea-formaldehyde glue
Formaldehyde emission reaches the highest international standard (Japan FC0 grade)
SIZE: 1220x2440mm
THICKNESS: 12mm,15mm,18mm
Special specifications can be customized according to user needs
MOISTURE CONTENT: ≤12%, glue strength≥0.7Mpa
USAGE: for furniture, cabinets, bathroom cabinets etc.

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HPL (High-Pressure Laminate) Plywood Offers Several Advantages, Including
HPL (High-Pressure Laminate) plywood, also known as fireproof plywood, is a type of plywood that is specially treated to withstand fire, heat, and moisture. Here are some advantages of HPL plywood:
Fire-resistant: HPL plywood has a fire-resistant layer that prevents the spread of flames in case of a fire. This makes it a suitable material for use in areas that require high fire resistance, such as public buildings, hospitals, and schools.
Moisture-resistant: The high-pressure laminate layer of HPL plywood makes it highly resistant to moisture, which makes it ideal for use in high humidity areas such as kitchens and bathrooms.
Durable: HPL plywood is highly durable and long-lasting, thanks to the high-pressure treatment process it undergoes. This makes it an ideal material for use in high traffic areas such as schools and commercial buildings.
Easy to clean: The high-pressure laminate layer of HPL plywood makes it easy to clean and maintain. It can be easily wiped down with a damp cloth and is resistant to most stains.
Versatile: HPL plywood is available in a variety of colors, patterns, and finishes, which makes it a versatile material that can be used for a wide range of applications, from kitchen cabinets and countertops to wall paneling and furniture.
Environmentally friendly: HPL plywood is made from renewable resources, which makes it an environmentally friendly option. Additionally, it is free from harmful chemicals and toxins, which makes it a safe material to use in homes and public buildings.

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