Durability & Strength
Made up of a wear-resistant overlay, decorative sheet and impact-resistant kraft, Wilsonart® High Pressure Laminate (HPL) offers built-in durability to resist scratches and scuffs for long-lasting beauty.
- Laboratory Grade
Durcon® Epoxy products are specialized worksurfaces, sinks and accessories expertly manufactured for the laboratory environment. Decades of expert engineering and development have led to a high-density product with unmatched resistance to the harsh chemicals, heat, fire, staining, pitting and marring often experienced at top tier university, pharmaceutical, biology, STEM and chemistry laboratories around the world. These establishments demand superior performance from their equipment and furniture, and Durcon Epoxy products deliver.
- Durability, Strength, Heat & Chemical Resistance
Durcon® Epoxy worksurfaces undergo the industry’s highest levels of performance testing to prove its durability and strength. This includes the SEFA 3 Chemical Resistance test, a set of 49 solvents, bases, oxidants and corrosive acids found in laboratory environments. In addition, Durcon Epoxy is tested under ASTM standards to assess veracity against physical demands often required of a lab worksurface by ensuring resistance to elements such as fire, heat, staining, impact and scratching. Durcon Epoxy products are UL Greenguard Gold certified for indoor air quality, SCS Certified, approved for use in food service areas by NSF/ANSI 51, with memberships to the American Institute of Architects (AIA), United States Green Building Council (USGBC), and Epoxy products are manufactured in the USA.
- Fire-Rated Class A
Durcon® Epoxy has undergone the ASTM E84 Fire Resistance test and passed with the highest possible rank of Class A. With a Heat Distortion Temperature of 380°F, Flame Spread Index of 5 (highest possible), Smoke Developed Index of 185, Time to Ignition of 4min 53sec, Max Flamespread Distance of 3.69 ft, and Time to Max Spread of 9min 55sec. Epoxy is also classified as Self-Extinguishing.
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