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HPL on Euro Birch

Joinery, Architectural

Product Description


Euro Birch Betula pendula has a light suede finish, with the option of Gaboon Aucoumea klaineana or multi-ply Euro Birch cores. A favourite with architects and designers, Euro Birch is valued for its strength and excellent, hard-wearing surface and is recommended wherever durable, exposed edge-grain cabinetry is needed. Moisture resistant properties mean clashing is not needed in many situations.

Uses:

  • Kitchen Cabinetry
  • Reception Counters
  • Wall Linings
  • Office Furniture
  • Kitchen Units
  • Architectural Fit-outs
  • Desk Tops
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Specifications


Sheet Size

Sheet Thickness

Grading

2440x1220 Euro Birch core

13mm (9ply), 19mm (13ply), 25mm (17ply)

HPL Suede (all colours)

 

Colour

Black, White & range from www.primepanels.co.nz/products/surfaces/laminate

Core

European Birch BB multiply core, WBP EN314-2 Class3

Core (option #2)

Gaboon BB Joinery grade

Certification

Euro Birch- FSC, Carb II

Formaldehyde

Euro Birch- E1 Gaboon- E0

 

Code

Size

Thickness

Info

Grade

H1994-WB

2440 x 1220

13mm

Suede/White

HPL Premium

H1994-BB

2440 x 1220

13mm

Suede/White

HPL Premium

H1996-WB

2440 x 1220

19.5mm

Suede/White

HPL Premium

H1996-BB

2440 x 1220

19.5mm

Suede/White

HPL Premium

H2002-WB

2440 x 1220

26mm

Suede/White

HPL Premium

H2002-BB

2440 x 1220

26mm

Suede/White

HPL Premium

 

 

 

Handling & Application Information


It is important to note the this product is a “panel” laminate, and therefore not guaranteed in high wear bench-top situations. It is the user’s responsibility to protect the exposed edge grain with a suitable protective finish. Plywood is a natural product that can be affected by changes in weather conditions: moisture and temperature. Increased moisture content or temperature variation may cause internal stresses causing previously flat sheets to bow.

At Plymasters, precautions are taken to minimize this effect. However, once the plywood has left our warehouse we cannot guarantee sheets to remain flat unless fastened. This is particularly important where free standing kitchen/cabinet doors are concerned. When storing panels, stack on a firm raised base with enough support to prevent sagging. Cover the pallet to protect top and edges.

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