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Sobotec - Solid Phenolic Exterior Wall Panels
METEON® EXTERIOR PANELS BY TRESPA
Solid Phenolic Exterior Wall Panels: Trespa’s high-quality panel materials for exterior applications are now available in Canada from Sobotec Ltd. Comes in flat, large-size panels suitable for a range of exterior applications, including façade cladding, fascias, soffits, balcony panels and signage.
•Decorative surface with pigmented resins cured using a special patented technique.
•Smooth and non-porous surface.
•Easy to clean; even graffiti is easily removed.
•Weather- and UV-resistant; excellent colour stability even under severe climate conditions.
•Impact resistant and high pull-out strength for fixings and fasteners.
•Trespa Meteon® material meets 1995 NBC standards for non-combustible construction.
•Standard 10-year warranty.
•Attachment systems based on rain screen principles. Both exposed face fastening and concealed fastening systems available.
•Available in over 50 satin-finish colours.
•Colour can be applied to one or both sides.
•Textures and designs such as Gloss, Metallics, Rock and Natural Prints also available.
•Thermosetting resins reinforced with wood fibres.
•70% soft wood fibres from farmed European forests; 30% binding agents.
•Three standard thicknesses: 5/16" (8mm), 3/8" (10mm) and 1/2" (13mm).
•Three standard panel sizes: 143" x 73" (3650mm x 1860mm); 120" x 60" (3050mm x 1530mm); and 100" x 73" (2550mm x 1860mm).
•Corner panels also available.
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