AT A GLANCE
Paperock LAYERED has the same properties as Paperock SOLID but it comprises of different coloured layers to create a bold finish.
Made from layer upon layer of paper (recycled or from renewable sources) and bonded with phenolic resin and heat/pressure cured, Paperock is a remarkably strong composite building material.
Sourced and manufactured here in Australia by an Australian owned company.
Paperock's non-porous surface provides a lifetime of stain resistance and it absorbs virtually no water.
Orders greater than 10 sheets may incur a discount.
USAGE AND VERSATILITY OF PAPEROCK LAYERED
Because of the layered colours, this incredibly strong composite building material is ideal for signage, privacy screens, cafe tables, commercial fit-outs and benchtops with a large edge profile.
Paperock is easily workable with CNC-routers to produce signs and other products with intricately detailed architectural components.
Paperock can be installed as full thickness countertops or, because of its superior strength, as thinner panels with a built-up edge.
SIZING & COLOUR OPTIONS
Paperock LAYERED comes in a combination of two of our colours. Please contact us to see what we can offer.
As Paperock is made to order we can accommodate a variety of sizes. You can have Paperock manufactured in the following thicknesses: 32mm, 25mm, 18mm, 10mm, 6mm.
Our standard sheet sizes are as follows: 2440 x 1220mm sheets, or 2850 x 1220mm sheets.
Paperock is a composite building material made by layering paper (recycled or from renewable sources) bonded with phenolic resin and heat/pressure cured.
Phenolic resins have been around for a century since Henry Baekeland invented Bakelite. Phenolic resins have long been prized for their abrasion resistance and are still preferred for high quality automotive brake pads.
Paperock's composite and resin manufacturing process ensures that it can take significant impact with minimal damage so is great for surfaces that have constant and heavy use.
As Paperock is made from a natural product it may reflect variations inherent in the natural source materials used to manufacture it. As a result the product appearance may vary slighty from samples and batch to batch. This is most common in the sand colour.