With LISOCORE® lightweight construction is being rethought. The board is a high-performance material done from natural renewable sources. A special feature is the patented basic sandwich structure: on the top and bottom there are cover layers made of individual wood materials, in the middle a wood fiber fleece pressed in a wave shape. This particularly interconnected construction brings a high level of stability. With this structure, the forces are transmitted three-dimensionally and prevents deformation.
Despite this special structure, LISOCORE® can be processed completely freely – identical to conventional MDF boards. The cover layer can vary depending on the application: With ultra-light plywood for mobile applications or with HDF or MDF panels for highly stable panels with low owe weight.
Thanks to the cooperation between the two companies, Pyrus Panels has an extremely large variety of decors available and Kronospan is expanding its Global Collection with a unique lightweight panel in a decor combination.
The panel is now available with all Kronodesign decors in thicknesses from 38 to 120 mm.
In addition to many technical advantages, sustainability is a particular focus for both companies. Hardly any emissions are released during the production of the multiple award-winning LISOCORE® (e.g. Green Product Award). It consists of almost purely renewable raw materials and, thanks to its special construction, requires up to 50-70% less material to comparable wood based board material. Future-oriented material efficiency, which is becoming increasingly important, is in the main DNA of LISOCORE®. This sustainability claim is confirmed with various certifications. The panel is also available with FSC and PEFC certification. This fills a niche, as there is currently no comparable high-strength lightweight construction material based on wood and a comprehensive selection of decors.
At SICAM 2023 in Pordenone, the panel will be displayed for the first time in combination at the Kronospan stand. Also, in the well-known design centers of the Kronospan Group.