HDF HOMADUR® Alu-Climate and Radiation Protection Door Skins

For doors that need to comply with climate class III, the HDF HOMADUR® fibreboards are produced with a special aluminium inlay at their core. This acts as a moisture barrier and gives the A lu-Climate door excellent bending strength and dimensional stability. The requirements for radiation protection doors – for x-ray rooms, for example – are met by including an inlay made of lead. The HDF HOMADUR® Alu-Climate and Radiation Protection Door Skins are available in standard door sizes.


These boards are used in the door industry for the following:

  • Apartment entrance doors
  • Burglar-resistant doors
  • Climate doors
  • Radiation protection doors

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Laminates & Coatings*
Final coat*
Type 3
*by the customer of possible refinements


  • High inherent stability
  • Ideally suited to surface finishing
  • Stress-free composite element, therefore absolutely flat
  • Fire and burglar retardant

Also radiation resistant, in the case of HDF HOMADUR®

  • Radiation Protection Door Skins: the lead equivalent value is according to D IN 6812. The above-mentioned standard requires that the planners and the x-ray equipment manufacturer prepare a radiation protection plan, which must be used as the basis for all protective measures.


After longer periods of storage at low temperatures and in humid conditions, HDF HOMADUR® Alu-Climate Door
Skins must first be allowed to acclimatise for at least 24 hours in the production hall before the pressing process
commences. This also applies to HDF HOMADUR® Radiation Protection Door Skins. When processing the fibreboards, the temperature of the boards should be 15 °C or higher. For HDF HOMADUR ® Radiation Protection Doors, the following must be observed in addition: Before any further processing, such as edge-planing or profiling, is carried out, the finished door blank should rest for at least 24 hours or at least be cooled down using a star cooler, for example.