Color: Browns Point
Paper Content: 100% recycled (post-consumer) Certification: FSC®, HPD®, EPD®, GREENGUARD®, Declare
APPLICATION: Interior, Commercial, Residential, Countertops, Casework, Furniture, Wall Paneling,
Guitar Fretboards, OEM Manufacturing Material, Maker Material.
AVAILABLE THICKNESS: 0.25” (6mm) to 3” (75mm)
AVAILABLE PANEL SIZE: 48” x 96” (2440mm x 1220mm) to 60” x 144” (3660mm x 1525mm)
SAMPLE INFORMATION: Both the 2.75 x 2.75" sample and the A4 sample are 1/2" thick and have the Leathered Finish applied.
SURFACE FINISH: All panels are sold and shipped with our factory finish. To learn more about specifying the appropriate surface finish, please see below.
THE BROWNS POINT NAME: Browns Point, best known for the historical lighthouse that guides ships through Commencement Bay, was first lit in 1887 (two years before Washington became a state). It was originally named “Point Brown” and the first resident keeper was coincidentally, Oscar Brown.
COLOR DESCRIPTION: Browns Point starts as a medium brown, aging into a leathery honey brown.
PATINA: Richlite patinas like a natural wood product and varies from sheet to sheet. Like wood, it will mature in color, giving greater depth to the surface. Over time and with use, Richlite will develop a seasoned appearance characteristic of the material. There will be more luster in areas of heavier use. Overall, it will appear softer and deeper in tone.
THROUGH COLOR: The Browns Point color comes from a combination of the paper and the deep amber tone of the resin. Richlite's unique manufacturing process uses pre-colored paper. As a result, the color is solid all the way through the material.
SURFACE APPEARANCE: Due to the natural variation in the way fibers lay within the panel, Richlite has a mottled appearance that patterns in a lengthwise direction. This is less apparent in dark colors, such as Chocolate Glacier; however, the mottled appearance is still present.