Airports
Desks, counters and shelving at airports are exposed to extremely heavy and constant use and being touched by travellers and staff alike. Thanks to the easy-care and exceptionally wear-resistant solid surface material HI-MACS®, the fixtures will look just as modern and clean after many years of use.
Other applications
Photo credits

Design Marc Fidelle and Andrei David - Paris Airport Engineering and Architectural Management, fabrication :  LCCA, photo : Mathieu Ducros

Main Features

 
Infinite design possibilities
Thanks to its large colour pallet, thermoforming, inconspicuous jointing and translucent properties HI-MACS® provides a limitless range of possibilities for even the most ambitious designs.
 
A robuste and durable material
All high-traffic, high-strain areas require a highly functional, durable material. Stores and exhibition spaces are no exception. Fortunately, HI-MACS® has no trouble meeting all these criteria.
 
Easy to maintain
HI-MACS® is hard-wearing, extremely repellent to stains and is therefore very easy to look after.
 
Warranty
Loyalty is rewarded in the long-term with a 15-year warranty for products fabricated and installed by a member of the HI-MACS® Quality Club.
 
Fire resistant
Backed up with numerous certificates that attest of its fire resistance (DIN 4102-1 - class B1, warrington fire - class 0), HI-MACS® is ideal for places where security is the number 1 criteria of choice.
 
Extra fire resistant formulation HI-MACS® FR
HI-MACS® FR- version sheets in S728 Alpine White comply with IMO Standard Modules B+D and M1. FR sheets are especially suitable for use in public-buildings, external facades and in the marine industry.

Case studies

Frankfurt Airport’s new Open Air Deck
Location Roof terrace "Open Air Deck" Frankfurt Airport, Terminal 1, Germany
Design 3deluxe transdisciplinary design
Fabrication Georg Ackermann GmbH, Wiesenbronn
Material HI-MACS®, Alpine White
HI-MACS® for Naples International Airport
Location Naples International Airport - Capodichino, Italy
Design Antonio De Martino – Gnosis Architettura, Italy
Fabrication Ares srl - Legno Cad srl
Material HI-MACS® Alpine White
Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris
Location Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport - Terminal 2F
Design Architects Marc Fidelle and Andrei David
Fabrication LCCA, France
Material HI-MACS®, Alpine White