HDPE Sheet for Bathroom Partitions
announced that its
for bathroom partitions
the criteria to
meet the NFPA
Methods of Fire
Contribution to Wall and Ceiling Interior Finish to Room
Growth. This patent pending material will be branded
with the name SIMOBOARD Defender. The sheet is the
first to meet the NFPA 286 test requirements with no
This code has been adopted in almost all U.S. states
and is being enforced by building inspectors in new construction.
These durable plastic bathroom partitions can
be specified for use in every facility to meet the most upto-
date fire and safety standards.
Solid HDPE sheet provides many performance and aesthetic
benefits when used for bathroom partitions and
lockers compared to other materials, such as metal, stainless
steel and phenolic. With a solid color throughout,
there is no need to paint or edgeband and it’s easy to
repair when damaged. Its scratch-resistant surface is corrosion
and impact resistant, so it can be frequently
cleaned without rusting and frequently used in high-abuse
areas used without denting.
The material will be available in a standard range of colors
including black, paisley, linen, slate, blueberry and
dawn gray. Architects can also select custom colors, with
some minimum sheet requirements.
The useful life of HDPE sheet outlasts other materials
such as phenolic and plastic laminate. It also requires
lower energy to process, and does not need chemically
abrasive paints or adhesives.
For more information, contact Gary Borgia, SIMONA
AMERICA Industries, 101 Power Boulevard, Archbald, PA
18403, 570-876-8199, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Web: www.simona-america.com.