Technical Sheets – Future
British Standard EN438 : Part 2 : 1991
- Dimensional Stability at Elevated Temperature
- Dimensional Stability at 20°C
- Resistance to Cigarette Burns
- Resistance to Colour Change in Xenon Arc Light
- Resistance to Cracking (thin Laminates)
- Resistance to Crazing
- Resistance to Dry Heat
- Resistance to Immersion in Boiling Water
- Resistance to Impact by Large Diameter Ball(self supporting compact laminates)
- Resistance to Staining
- Resistance to Steam
- Resistance to Surface Wear
- Blaster Resistance
- Boiling Water Resistance
- Cleanability Cycles
- Conducive Heat Resistance
- Dimensional Stability at High Temperatures
- High Temperature Resistance
- Impact Resistance by Large Diameter Ball
- Light Resistance
- Radiant Heat Resistance
- Steam Resistance
- Scratch Resistance
- Scuff Resistance
- Thickness Tolerance
- Wear Resistance
High Pressure Laminates
Slight stain such as dusts can be easily removed with a dry or damp cloth.
Normal stain such as dirt, soil, oil, rust, coffee, tea and wax can be removed with a cloth dipped in water and mild detergent.
If stain persists, may require the use of undiluted household bleach or nail polish remover to apply onto the affected area. This should stand no longer than 3minutes. Rinse thoroughly with warm water. This step may be repeated if stain appears to be persistent.
Scraping with sharp edges should be avoided. And objects with rough or uneven bases can cause scratches if allowed to slide across the surface. Food should not be chopped on a working surface. Instead, use a chopping board to prevent permanent damage.
Although Evershine’s laminates are tested to its industry standard temperature, care should be taken by avoiding prolonged exposure to high temperature. Objects such as oven hot pans and dishes should not be taken from direct heat and placed on the laminate. Burning cigarettes should never be left on the surface. This information will assist in ensuring that surfaces faced with Evershine’s high pressure laminate will give good service for many years.
Transport and storage
When handing, make sure that the decorative surface must be facing up. Lift the sheets either by hand or with the aid of suction pads. During all handing, ensure that the sheets do not rub against one another. Also, refrain from contact with water or other liquids