System 210

High-Pressure Laminate (HPL) material is produced by saturating multiple layers of kraft paper with phenolic resin. A layer of printed décor paper is placed on top of the kraft paper before pressing. The resulting sandwich is fused together under heat and pressure (more than 1,000 PSI). Thermosetting creates strong, irreversible bonds that contribute to HPL’s durability.


HPL panels are perfect for use in innovative and functional ventilated façade systems. Used on its own or as a highlight in combination with other materials, HPL panels can determine the look and underline the qualities of a building.

  • Weather resistant. Color stable: HPL panels perform exceptionally well outdoors, consistently ranking at high classifications for UV-resistance and color stability. No coating or protective cover needed. Closed, pore-free surfaces limit dirt accumulation, keeping the surface smooth and easy to clean.
  • Solid. Sturdy: Consistent and highly dense throughout, HPL panels hold bolts, screws and other fixings solidly. With good compressive and tensile strength as well as excellent pullout and impact resistance, these panels are easily machined and workable.
System 210


System Product Description Downloads
210 HPL Concealed fastener attachment system for HPL panels
  • Has back-mounted clips that hang on a horizontally mounted rail to vertically-oriented girts
  • System depth varies depending on wall assembly requirements

System 210


Manufacturers Description Downloads
Global company FunderMax specializes in well thought-out wood-based materials and compact laminates. Their façade panels include Max Exterior | F-Quality, Max Authentic | F-Quality and the m.look.
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