PUBLIC TRANSPORT

IMPA produces a range of coextruded laminates suited for the public transport sector, on road and rail, for interior and exterior components. Typical applications are: rail transport and buses.

IMPA offers broad-ranging customisable solutions, thanks to the wide range of finishes and treatments: glossy, matt, embossed surfaces provided with full, metallised colours and many others.

The products are closely monitored by our quality control staff, with a process of quality in compliance with ISO9001:2015 standards, applied to the public transport. IMPA offers custom-made packaging to meet even the most demanding customers’ requirements.

Impaflon has been specifically designed to offer improved characteristics than those under the European legislation on public transport, with outstanding mechanical scratch resistance and flame retardant properties that meet the UL94 V0 regulations.
Impaflon is suitable both for internal and external applications. The excellent chemical resistance imparts anti-graffiti and easy to wash properties, with all kinds of cleaning agents even the most corrosive.

50 years of experience in the business and long-lasting partnerships with customers all over Europe make IMPA leader in the sector and the ideal supplier for this application, assisting customers with the design, thermoforming and after-sales service.

Non-embossed surfaces can be laminated, on request, with scratch resistant protective films, provided in a variety of degrees of adhesion and resistance according to product and application.

IMPA’s plastic laminates are designed to offer outstanding performances, highly aesthetic finishes and cost-effective solutions. The thermoformed laminates are already coloured, avoiding the painting process, the related solvents, volatile matter and greenhouse gas emissions that cause environmental damages. In our products we use totally recyclable “green” plastic material, in compliance with the ISO 14001 standards.

Trains and Buses

Key products and typical applications are described in the following table: