What is trespa Pura made of?
Trespa Pura NFC is Quality Siding As a high-pressure laminate cladding, Pura is made from about 70% wood fiber and thermo-setting resins. At high pressure and heat, the materials are compressed into an exceptionally sturdy panel.
Can Trespa panels be painted?
How can I paint Trespa siding and/or cladding solutions? All of Trespa’s solutions are finished with proprietary Electron Beam Curing, which locks color in and contaminants out. There is no need to paint Trespa solutions.
Is Trespa an HPL?
Trespa® Meteon® is a decorative high-pressure compact laminate (HPL) with an integral surface manufactured using Trespa’s unique in-house technology: Electron Beam Curing (EBC).
How do you cut Trespa countertops?
Cutting Trespa® with a multi-tool or angle grinder Trespa®’s general guidelines recommend cutting these panels with a wall saw, jigsaw, fixed circular saw, or hand-held circular saw. If you’re going to use a hand-held circular saw, Trespa® recommends that you have the non-decorative side facing upwards while sawing.
What do you cut Trespa with?
Are Trespa panels fire rated?
Authorised testing bodies throughout the world have confirmed that Trespa® Meteon® Fire Retardant grade (FR) panels fall within one of the most favourable fire classes. Trespa® Meteon® architectural cladding panels are available in a wide range of standard colours, effects and finishes – or can be custom made.
Where is Trespa manufactured?
Weert, the Netherlands
All of our products are manufactured at our headquarters in Weert, the Netherlands. The company has a global sales organisation complemented by a network of local agents and distributors. This brings Trespa closer to the commercial demands and aspirations of our end users in regional building markets.
How thick are Trespa panels?
CLADDING PANEL THICKNESSES: 6, 8, 10 & 13mm.
Is Trespa high pressure laminate?
Trespa® Meteon® is a decorative high-pressure compact laminate (HPL), manufactured using Trespa’s unique in-house technology, Electron Beam Curing (EBC).
Is Trespa fire rated?
Is Trespa a HPL?
Trespa® is one of the most famous manufacturers in the field of HPL panels. The brand is loved for its maintenance-free façade coverings, such as plastic fascia boards and wind springs.
Is Trespa cladding safe?
The HPL rain screen – known as Trespa FR (Fire Resistant) – covers just 40% of Hockmore Tower’s façade. The remaining façade is covered by sheet aluminium, which is the safest type of rain screen on the market.