High Pressure Laminate (HPL) Panels

High Pressure Laminates (HPL) is one of our decorative surfaces that can certainly be put to the test. HPL decorative surfaces are designed to withstand daily use while still look aesthetically pleasing to the eye. High Pressure Laminates are extremely durable and are recommended for horizontal surfaces that experience high traffic such as retail, hospitality, healthcare and education settings. There are multiple grades of HPL that include chemical resistance, wear resistance for high demand applications and even fire rated laminates.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
  • Sheet Sizes:
    • 4′ & 5′ wide with various lengths available
  • Thickness Available:
    • 5.5mm (1/4″) – 1-1/4″
  • Thousands of designs and colors available from our preferred suppliers listed below (minimums may apply)
    • Including our exclusive Crater Lake Collection – 9 colors with 3 textures (see below)

Options

SUBSTRATE OR CORE MATERIAL

  • Particleboard
  • MDF
  • Plywood
CUSTOMIZE
  • Cut-to-size
  • Custom fabricated
  • Full sheets or custom sizes
  • Fabricated parts
FINISHING OPTIONS
  • Sanded edges/ends for safe and easy handling
  • Edgebanding
  • Special packaging
PREMIER SUPPLIERS
  • Greenlam
  • Wilsonart®
  • Formica®
  • Panolam Pionite®
  • Panolam Nevamar®
  • Arborite®
  • Decotone
  • Other suppliers available per request
    (minimums may apply)
DECORATIVE SURFACES 101 – HPL
  • Multiple layers of kraft paper are saturated with resin, a layer of décor paper is placed on top and then fused together under heat and pressure
  • The curing process transforms the resin into a plastic converting the paper into a rigid laminated sheet
  • Suitable for high impact horizontal applications

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Get to Know Our Collections

OUR EXCLUSIVE HPL COLLECTION

NINE COLORS, TWO NEW TEXTURES

The Crater Lake Collection is Panel Processing’s HPL collection hailing inspiration from our facility in Klamath Falls, Oregon. The colors and textures embrace the strong natural elements that are inspired by Crater Lake and the surrounding area.

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