High Pressure Laminate

High Pressure Laminate (HPL) can be postformed to produce a downstand  with a rolled edged. It can also be postformed at the rear to produce an integral upstand facilitating easy cleaning and removing the need germ collecting mastic joints. Mitred square edges are available for situations that require an economical solution that does not compromise quality.

High Pressure Laminate (HPL) commonly referred to as Formica, is an excellent vanity surfacing material offering years of use at a readily affordable price. Attractive and hardwearing, HPL is suitable for most washroom and changing room environments – Schools, hospitals, industrial, offices, pubs and clubs etc.

We have a large range of colours and finishes for our Solid Surface, High Pressure Laminate (HPL) and Compact Grade Laminate (CGL) vanity units.

High Pressure Laminate (HPL) vanity tops are manufactured from 18mm moisture resistant (MR) MDF which is faced with high pressure laminate and white balancer to rear. Exposed ends are lipped in matching laminate.

High Pressure Laminate (HPL) can be postformed to produce a downstand with a rolled edged. It can also be postformed at the rear to produce an integral upstand facilitating easy cleaning and removing the need germ collecting mastic joints.

Positioned below the vanity top at each basin position and mounted onto the front of the carcass with concealed fixings (hinged if required) to facilitate access to services. Made in complementary materials such as High Pressure (HPL) or Melamine Faced Board (MFC). Compact Grade Laminate (CGL) panels with radiused and polished edges are also available.

<p>18mm moisture resistant (MR) MDF which is faced with High Pressure Laminate (HPL) and white balancer to rear or 18mm V313 moisture resistant grade 680kg/m3 Melamine Faced Board (MFC).</p>

Vanity tops can be supported on a 50mm x 50mm WROT timber sub-frame. Alternatively the vanity top can be supported on discrete cantilever brackets to give a greater sense of space particularly useful in smaller washrooms.