Wear resistance and durability
HPL plastic is resistant to mechanical damage, scratches, and chips due to its ultra-dense monolithic structure. The material retains its original properties and aesthetic appearance over many years of active use.
Protection against temperature changes
One of the main advantages of Lemark HPL panels is their resistance to any weather events. They are not afraid of temperature changes, frosts, rain, and snow. The operating temperature range goes from +70°C to -50°C, which allows the material to be used even in the Far North.
Hard-to-burn HPL panels are not subject to combustion and do not emit harmful substances at elevated temperatures, which is confirmed by the KM-1 fire safety certificate with a full test report.
Decorative laminated plastic is harmless to humans and the environment. HPL Lemark meets sanitary and epidemiological requirements, which are confirmed by certificates. It is recommended for use in medical and educational institutions.
Exposure to harsh chemicals and solvents will not affect the appearance and performance of Lemark HPL plastic. Due to these properties, plastic is used in medical institutions, sterile rooms, and laboratories.
Due to its bactericidal properties, microorganisms die almost instantly when comeing into contact with the plastic surface. The material is widely used in places with special sanitation requirements.
In the production of laminated plastics, we use special protective coatings. Due to that, the material becomes resistant to ultraviolet radiation and retains an attractive appearance for many years.
Maximum moisture resistance
Due to the monolithic structure and the absence of pores, layered plastics do not absorb moisture. The material is invulnerable to the formation of fungi, mold, rot, and other micro-organisms.
HPL panels are highly resistant to household contamination. The plastic coating can be easily cleaned of traces of cigarette smoke, graffiti, and shoe marks, which is especially important for public spaces.
Variety of decors
The Lemark factory produces over 250 types of decors (solid, wood, stone, metallic, fancy, etc.), 12 types of embossing allow architects and designers to embody bold and creative ideas.