Materials

Material Spec

Name:
Richlite
Richlite is an incredibly durable material made from paper, ideal for a variety of uses. Developed over 70 years ago for industrial tooling, Richlite has evolved into a premium surface material used by aerospace, extreme sports, marine, food prep and the architecture and design community.
Origin:
USA
Application & typical uses:
A premium surface material used in the aerospace, marine, sports, culinary, architecture, and design industries
Product breakdown:
Handmade from many layers of high quality custom craft paper, Richlite’s surface texture comes from the natural variation in the way fibers lay within the paper. Composed of approximately 65% FSC®-certified or recycled paper content and 35% phenolic resin, Richlite’s color comes from a combination of the paper and the amber tone of the resin.
Colour/finish:
Available in over 20 different colours with a variety of different finishes
Certification:
N/A
Dimensions:
N/A
Supplier name:
Surface Matter
Supplier address:
N/A
Supplier telephone:
+44 (0) 203 700 3866
Supplier email:
info@surfacematter.co.uk
Supplier website:
Visit website
Origin:
USA
Application & typical uses:
A premium surface material used in the aerospace, marine, sports, culinary, architecture, and design industries
Product breakdown:
Handmade from many layers of high quality custom craft paper, Richlite’s surface texture comes from the natural variation in the way fibers lay within the paper. Composed of approximately 65% FSC®-certified or recycled paper content and 35% phenolic resin, Richlite’s color comes from a combination of the paper and the amber tone of the resin.
Colour/finish:
Available in over 20 different colours with a variety of different finishes
Certification:
N/A
Dimensions:
N/A
Supplier name:
Surface Matter
Supplier address:
N/A
Supplier telephone:
+44 (0) 203 700 3866
Supplier email:
info@surfacematter.co.uk
Supplier website:
Visit website
Important information:
The information above was provided by the company that supplied the material. Please use the information on the website for final selection and specification of materials.
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