The HPL Panel is a thermostable architectural panel that is used as a covering with a wide range of colors, modulations and thicknesses, guaranteeing an excellent appearance for a long time given its composition. It is part of an ideal system for projects that seek thermal efficiency, acoustics, energy savings and ease of maintenance.


The HPL Panel is a laminate made of cellulose fibers impregnated with thermosetting resins, subjected to high pressure and high temperatures. During the process, the resins are polymerized and the material is compacted into a monolithic and inert plate. This gives it excellent physical, mechanical and structural properties, which make it a high specification material.

The HPL Panel has more than 120 possibilities between solid colors, woods and designs, with ultraviolet filters that guarantee the stability of its appearance. Its sealed surface has non-stick properties, which prevent the accumulation of dirt and facilitate its cleaning.

Panel HPL is offered in three different versions, from which you can select the one that best suits the requirements of your project:

Resistant to ultraviolet radiation (type 1), with all the necessary properties for an optimal performance outdoors, applied to facades.

Resistant to ultraviolet radiation and anti-graffiti (type 2), made with an additional filter that has anti-stick properties to facilitate the removal of all types of paints used in graffiti.

These two options have a symmetrical structure with the same type of filter on both sides of the sheet, very useful when your project requires Panel HPL with decorative, both on the surface and on the back.

The third option (type3) is made with the anti-graffiti UV filter on the surface and the standard UV filter on the backrest. An excellent option for facades in which Panel HPL antigraffiti is needed, with decorative only on the surface.

Panel HPL is available in thicknesses 6, 8, 10, 12, 15 and 19 mm. In dimensions 1.22 m x 2.44 m and 1.22 m x 3.06 m, 1.53 m x 2.44 m and 1.53 m x 3.66 m.