MEG exterior grade phenolic panels

MEG Inc is a leading provider of high performance exterior grade wall panels for rainscreen cladding applications.
Stylishly designed for enduring performance, MEG exterior grade phenolic panels are a product of MEG Inc, the newest member of the Abet Laminati group.

What is MEG

MEG is a self-supporting high pressure laminate (HPL) with a decorative surface that is suitable for exteriors. It is fade resistant and weather-proof and complies with standard EN 438:2005 Part 6. It is entirely made up of layers of phenolic resinimpregnated cellulose fibres with one or more decorative surface layers of cellulose fibres impregnated with thermosetting resins.


Ageing performance and weather resistance

MEG can be exposed to the combined action of sunlight and atmospheric agents such as rain, hail, wind and salt deposits. These phenomena do not affect the decorative surface or the core. Exhaust fumes and acid rain have no significant effect on MEG. The decorative layer is not subject to flaking or delamination. Natural variations in temperature and humidity have no adverse effect on MEG’s properties. MEG is not affected by thermal shock and maintains its physical and mechanical properties. Extreme climate changes such as from –30 °C to +70 °C or from a dry climate to 90% relative humidity do not affect the appearance or the properties of the panel.


MEG Solid Colors

MEG is a durable material, available in a wide range of colors. Its excellent technical properties make it particularly suitable for the building industry where it offers an ideal alternative to traditional materials. MEG is used to clad façades and balconies, for street furniture and external signs, and is particularly suited for the creation of ventilated façades.

 

MEG Wood Grain

From neutral tones to bold colors, MEG offers a broad color palette to suit your design needs. MEG panels also come in a variety of textured finishes, including woodgrain, metallic and concrete.
Its excellent technical properties make it particularly suitable for the building industry where it offers an ideal alternative to traditional materials. MEG is used to clad façades and balconies, for street furniture and external signs, and is particularly suited for the creation of ventilated façades.