Panels for interior finishing on the basis of GThis is a material of new generation developed specially for the territories with severely continental climate and increased humidity. The material has two-side HPL covering, which gives decorative properties to a panel with finishing, and enables to exclude “wet processes” from the interior finishing of premises.

Combination of unique properties of GMS and HPL confer the following properties to the panels STENOPAN:
S (glass-and-magnesium sheet):

  • Protection against vandalism, moisture resistance, ecological safety, fire safety (flammability class G1).
  • Wall panels STENOPAN are resistant to chemical reagents, UV-radiation, they are wear and impact resistant, easy to clean, do not lose their properties under frequent action of water and detergents.
  • Wall panels STENOPAN are used for interior finishing of medical and educational entities, office buildings, retail centers, lift cabins, as well as in all premises with high traffic and strict requirements for fire safety.
  • Wall panels STENOPAN are offered with various  patterns range – one-colored, imitation of wood, marble, and they may have different surface structure.

Sheet size: 1,220×2,440 mm.

Thickness of panels with both-side HPL: 10, 12 mm


The spheres of application

Benefits of Stenopan panels

  • Hihg mechanic density

    Hihg mechanic density

  • UV resistance

    UV resistance

  • Easy installation

    Easy installation

  • Resistance to moisture

    Resistance to moisture

  • Fire resistance

    Fire resistance

  • Resistance to temperature variable

    Resistance to temperature variable

    from -60 С to +80 С
  • Resistance to chemicals

    Resistance to chemicals

  • Sound and thermal insulation

    Sound and thermal insulation

  • Wide range of decor

    Wide range of decor

Stenopan panels

Stenopan - a wall panel made of glass-magnesite sheet , lined with high-pressure plastic (HPL), 0.8 mm thick.

Stenopan is a finished finishing material based on the main elements such as magnesium chloride and magnesium oxide (burnt magnesia). Also, “volcanic glass” is added to the LSU material to impart soundproofing properties to the material. At the next stage, plastic coated LSU is obtained - on both sides the LSU sheet is lined with HPL high-pressure plastic based on kraft paper, phenol-formaldehyde, amino-formaldehyde  pitches and protective layers of overlay and underlay.