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Washi HPL is a laminate collection made from Japanese papers including the traditional Washi paper. The Washi HPL range includes decorative door panels, furniture fronts, tabletops, countertops and kitchen back walls. Washi papers incorporate diverse natural fibere structures, with the option of including mulberry and abaca fibres. When preparing to laminate to standard DIN EN 438, these papers are impregnated with resin, providing a protective overlay when pressed as a laminate.
As a laminate, Washi HPL is extremely robust, easy to work with and versatile. It is available in a 1.2 mm thickness and depending on the decor, in formats of 2000 x 950 mm and 2440 mm x 950 mm.
Other thicknesses and sizes are available on request.