EDLONWOOD Antislip Black HPL Laminate Flight Case Board

HPL laminate flight case board is a sheet of laminated plywood, used in the manufacture of flightcases from our extensive selection of flightcase hardware.

Product Description

Antislip black HPL laminate flight case board made of plywood is suitable for stage flooring and truck flooring.

Antislip black HPL laminate flight case board is a product that is designed to protect and transport various equipment, such as musical instruments, audio and video devices, lighting systems, and more. It is made of plywood, which is a type of wood that consists of thin layers of wood glued together.

Antislip black HPL laminate flight case board has different specifications, such as size, shape, color, and weight, depending on the customer’s needs and preferences. It has several features, such as:
– It is durable and sturdy, able to protect the equipment from damage and wear.
– It is customizable and flexible, able to fit different types of equipment and accessories.
– It is easy to use and carry, equipped with handles, wheels, locks, and hinges for convenience and security.

Basic Parameters

HPL Thickness0.5mm,0.6mm,0.7mm,0.8mm,1.0mm;
HPL Finishing:Hexagon, matt,
Plywood Thickness:5mm to 30mm
Plywood Dimensions:1220×2440mm; 1250×2500mm; customized size;
Core Board:plywood(poplar core, combi core, hardwood core, birch core;)
Glue:E2/E1/EO/CARB/WBP Melamine/WBP Phenolic
Formaldehyde Release :EO≤0.5mg/L E1≤1.5mg/L E2≤5.0mg/L

Technical Parameters

Thickness tolerance:

Moisture Content≤14%
Modulus of Elasticity≥2500Mpa
Static Bending Strength≥22Mpa
Surface Bonding Strength≥1.20Mpa
Internal Bonding Strength≥0.55Mpa
Screw Holding AbilityFace≥1300N

Delivery Instructions

Standard PackingInner Packing-Pallet is wrapped with a 0.20mm plastic bag
Outer Packing-Pallet is covered with plywood or carton and Pvc/steel tapes for strength
Loading Quantity20’GP-8pallets/22cbm, 40’HQ-18pallets/50cbm
Supply Ability3000cbm/month
Payment TermsT/T or L/C
Delivery TimeWithin 20 days after deposit confiration or original L/C at sight
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