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HPL Flooring panel light inlay 45/5

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Marine flooring panels

Marine flooring panels are (mostly) teak veneered panels with white or dark inlay and are mainly used in yacht building. Van Styn runs different variations with either real veneer or HPL for interior as well as exterior use.

While veneer provides a natural and high-quality appearance, HPL has a higher wear resistance and is a more economical solution.

Ask about the possibilities for specific needs in terms of baseplate, thickness, line spacing, type of wood or specific size.

Veneer

Marine flooring panels Teak

Dark inlay

- Top layer veneer: 0,6 or 1,4 mm
- Line spacing: 50/5 mm
- Baseplate: gaboon plywood
- For interior use.

Marine flooring panels Teak

Light inlay

- Top layer veneer: 0,6 or 1,4 mm
- Line spacing: 50/5 mm
- Baseplate: gaboon plywood
- For interior use

Marine flooring panels Teak

Rubber inlay

- Top layer veneer: 1,4 or 2,4 mm
- Line spacing: 50/5 mm
- Baseplate: gaboon plywood
- For exterior use.

HPL

Teak HPL

Dark inlay FE 823

- Available thickness: 0,7 mm
- Line spacing: 45/5 mm
- Available as sheet or bonded on gaboon plywood

Teak HPL

Light inlay FE 803

- Available thickness: 0,7 mm
- Line spacing: 45/5 mm
- Available as sheet or bonded on gaboon plywood

Teak HPL, Benin

Dark inlay FE 066

- Available thicknesses: 0,7 and 5 mm
- Line spacing: 45/5 mm
- Available as sheet or bonded on gaboon plywood (just 0,7 mm)

Teak HPL, Benin

Light inlay FE 070

- Available thicknesses: 0,7 and 5 mm
- Line spacing: 45/5 mm
- Available as sheet or bonded on gaboon plywood (just 0,7 mm)