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WORKLITE PHC HEXKORE

INFORMATION ABOUT

WORKLITE® PHC HEXKORE

Worklite PHC Hexkore reduces material weight up to 78%* by capturing a lightweight core between two thin high-density faces, resulting in a high strength to weight ratio. The paperboard honeycomb’s 3/8″ hex cell structure provides impact resistance and compressive strength, while being 100% recyclable and biodegradable, making it a Sustainable Certified Forest Product.** Finish the panel off with high-pressure laminates, veneers, metals and many other semirigid materials as well as stain or paint.

*Compared to conventional panels made of plywood, particle board and MDF

**Per the Sustainable Forestry Initiative

Face Materials

Eucalyptus Hardboard (Standard)

Fiberboard

3-Ply Italian Poplar Plywood

Core Materials

Paperboard Honeycomb

Fire Rated Option

Not Available

Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Certified Option

Eucalyptus Hardboard Face

Assist in qualification of LEED credits MR7, MR4.1, MR4.2, EQ 4.4 and possibly MR 5.1 and MR 5.2 depending upon project location.

Assist in qualification of LEED credits MR7, MR4.1, MR4.2, EQ 4.4 and possibly MR 5.1 and MR 5.2 depending upon project location.

Nominal Thickness

3/4"1"1 1/2"
Paperboard Honeycomb

Panel Sizes

48" x 120"48" x 144"48" x 96"60" x 144"
Paperboard Honeycomb

Decorative Surfacing Materials

High Pressure Laminates

Veneers

Metals

Paint

Adhesive Option for Lamination

Contact Adhesive

Recommended when using a J-Roller

PVA Glue

Recommended when using a Press Machine

Attachment Methods

PVA glue or staples recommended

PRODUCT TESTIMONIAL

WHAT OUR CLIENTS ARE SAYING…

“The people at Kerfkore were extremely helpful and excited to help me achieve my vision, working with me to choose the product that would best suit my needs and to have the sheets cut to my specifications. Not only was the material’s structure perfect, it did not require heavy duty jointing or extra reinforcements; I found that the joints in my sculptures adhered very well with a strong wood glue alone!”

Amy Snell | Student at Metro State College in Denver, CO