Max Resistance 2 combines the very best intrinsic qualities: extreme resistance to the most aggressive chemicals, natural strength, long lasting durability, and an easy-to-clean surface. What’s more, it opens up new design possibilities.

Max Resistance² is a duromer high pressure laminate (HPL), produced in laminate presses, under high pressure at high temperature, in accordance with EN 438-4, type CGS. Due to its scientifically developed, double-cured polyurethane acrylic coating, Max Resistance² stands up to the toughest tests – unaffected by solvents, most acids and the harshest chemicals.

Easy-to-clean and disinfect and at the same time wear and scratch resistant, this innovative material significantly extends the life cycle of your laboratory work surface.


Max Resistance 2 is extremely resistant to chemical and phy-sical abuse – thanks to FunderMax’s patented technology. Created from tested and certified raw materials, compressed at high temperatures under intense pressure, the end result isa homogenous, decorative and extremely resistant panel. And as it’s completely uniform and joint free it’s also permanently resistant to moisture.


Ideal for all types of laboratories: research facilities, biochemistry laboratories, pharmaceutical laboratories, hospital laboratories, surgery suites, school laboratories, kitchens and the food industry. When absolute cleanliness and protection are called upon, Max Resistance2 delivers on every level.

In contrast to other compact work surfaces, Max Resistance2 is unaffected when it comes into contact with even the most concentrated or aggressive chemicals, such as Sulfuric, Hydrochloric, Hydrofluoric Acids or Hydrogen Peroxide. Meaning you can rely on total chemical resistance.

Patented Surface Technology

Max Resistance has a deep black core and double sided resistant decor, you can maximise your design and reduce waste during fabrication. Extra high resin content and careful manufacturing results in a entirely deep black core – additional edge treatment is not necessary.

Exclusive ‘RE technology’, developed in-house by FunderMax research scientists, is used in the production of Max Resistance – perfecting the finish and making it ultimately resistant on both sides. In contrast to ordinary surfaces manufactured by means of Electronic Beam Curing (EBC) or Melamine technology, Max Resistance² work surface offers a significantly higher resistance to scratching, impact and abrasion, as well as aggressive acids. Max Resistance sets a new standard for laboratory surfaces and considerably increases the life cycle of your laboratory work surface.