At Marlite, we’ve been setting the standard for wall panels and integrated wall systems since 1932. From simple to stunning, our product portfolio provides solutions for any project and every budget. You can trust the quality materials we use to engineer Marlite wall panels, constructed to stand the test of time in diverse commercial environments and applications.
Learn more about each type of material we use in our wall panels and how these materials will benefit your implementation.
As one of the most specified brands of FRP in the world, Marlite and FRP have become synonymous. You’ll find FRP in our Artizan™ Digitally Printed FRP, Symmetrix™ SmartSeam FRP, standard FRP, and Induro™ HPL-faced FRP.
Also known as hardboard, HDF is an engineered wood product. We use HDF–a level up from medium-density fiberboard (MDF) in both strength and density–in our Digitally Printed Plank™.
Described as one of the most durable decorative surface materials by the Composite Panel Association, HPL evolved from original plastic laminate. Marlite’s Induro™ HPL-faced FRP is comprised of HPL thermally bonded to an FRP core for an exceptionally wear-resistant wall panel.
Like HDF, MDF is an engineered wood product. Known for its smooth surface without knots, woodgrain, or warping, MDF is the strongest option available for Marlite’s Slatwall for retail displays.
Particleboard, also known as chipboard or low-density fiberboard, is a cost-efficient type of manufactured wood. It’s an economical option for our Slatwall panels.
Thermoplastic resin, as the name suggests, softens when heated, making it easy to mold, remold, and recycle. Recognized strength and flexibility, thermoplastic sheets are the heart of our Volta™ Dimensional Flex Sheets.
Length – 8′ and 10′ Material – Extruded PVC with integral color
Satin Anodized, Bright Anodized or Black Satin Anodized aluminum trim molding for use with any FRP finish.
Durable painted aluminum trim molding harmonizes with any FRP finish.
Available in Clear Satin Anodized or Harmonizing Color
FRP Installation Instructions
Cleaning Instructions for FRP 2020