Max Exterior is a high-quality construction product which is used especially for long-lasting balcony and façade claddings. Max Exterior panels are duromer high-pressure laminates (HPL) in accordance with EN 438-6 Type EDF with extremely effective weather protection. This weather protection consists of doublehardened acrylic polyurethane resins. They are produced in lamination presses under great pressure and at high temperatures. Max Exterior panels are, of course, labelled with the CE-Mark necessary for their use in building applications.

SURFACES

  • NT
  • NH (Hexa) / NT (format 4100 x 1854 mm only)
  • NG* (Gloss) / NG (Gloss) (format 4100 x 1300 mm only)
  • NY (SKY) / NT (format 4100 x 1300 mm, limited decor palette)

PROPERTIES

  • Weather resistant to EN ISO 4892-2
  • lightfast acc. to EN ISO 4892-3
  • Double hardened
  • Scratch resistant
  • Solvent resistant
  • Hail resistant
  • Easy to clean
  • Impact resistant EN ISO 178
  • Suitable for all exterior applications
  • Decorative
  • Self-supporting
  • Bending resistant EN ISO 178
  • Frost resistant -80°C to 180°C (DMTA- OFI 300.128)
  • Heat resistant -80°C to 180°C (DMTA- OFI 300.128)
  • Easy to install

CORE

F-Quality, flame-retardant, colour brown

THICKNESSES

Panels with double-sided decor:
Thicknesses Tolerances (EN 438-6, 5.3)
4,0 – 4,9 mm ± 0,3 mm
5,0 – 7,9 mm ± 0,4 mm
8,0 – 11,9 mm ± 0,5 mm
12,0 – 13,0 mm ± 0,6 mm
Higher thicknesses on request in standard quality, Format XL.

PROPERTIES TEST METHOD ASSESSMENT STANDARD VALUE ACTUAL VALUE
LIGHT-FASTNESS AND WEATHER RESISTANCE (SURFACE NT)
Artificial weathering* EN ISO 4892-2 3000 h EN 20105-A02 greyscale ≥ 3 4-5
PROPERTIES TEST METHOD UNIT OF MEASUREMENT STANDARD VALUE ACTUAL VALUE
MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
Apparent density EN ISO 1183-1 g/cm3 ≥ 1,35 ≥ 1,35
Flexural strength EN ISO 178 MPa ≥ 80 ≥ 80
Modulus of elasticity EN ISO 178 MPa ≥ 9.000 ≥ 9.000
Tensile strength EN ISO 527-2 MPa ≥ 60 ≥ 60
Coefficient of thermal expansion DIN 52328 1/K   18 x 10 -6
Thermal conductivity   W/mK   0,3
Water vapour diffusion resistance       ca. 17.200 µ