LOW PRESSURE LAMINATE
Low-pressure laminate (LPL) is a versatile and cost-effective surfacing material commonly used in various applications. It consists of multiple layers of resin-impregnated kraft paper, topped with a decorative layer and protected by a clear melamine overlay. LPL is created through a low-pressure process, where heat and pressure are applied to bond the layers together.
LPL offers a wide range of colors, patterns, and textures, allowing for diverse design options. Its durable construction makes it resistant to scratches, stains, and fading, ensuring long-lasting performance. LPL is commonly used for kitchen and bathroom cabinets, countertops, furniture, and interior wall panels.
Acrylic laminate is a versatile and durable material commonly used in various applications, including interior design and furniture manufacturing. It is composed of a thin layer of acrylic resin that is bonded to a substrate material such as wood or particleboard. The acrylic layer provides a smooth, glossy finish that is resistant to scratches, moisture, and UV damage. With a wide range of colors and patterns available, acrylic laminate offers a sleek and modern aesthetic to surfaces, while also providing protection and ease of maintenance. Its versatility makes it a popular choice for kitchen cabinets, countertops, and decorative panels.
HIGH PRESSURE LAMINATE
High Pressure Laminate (HPL) is a versatile and durable surfacing material commonly used in various applications. It is created by pressing multiple layers of resin-impregnated kraft paper under high heat and pressure. The result is a robust and hard-wearing laminate that offers excellent resistance to scratches, impact, and moisture. HPL is available in a wide range of colors, patterns, and textures, making it a popular choice for countertops, cabinetry, furniture, and wall panels. Its durability, easy maintenance, and aesthetic versatility make it a preferred option for both residential and commercial settings.
UV laminate is a protective coating applied using a UV curing process. It offers durability, resistance to fading, and enhanced aesthetics. The clear or tinted laminate forms a barrier against scratches, stains, and moisture, making it ideal for surfaces like flooring and furniture. It preserves colors and pigments, even in sunlight, and provides a glossy finish that adds visual appeal. UV laminate is fast to apply, environmentally friendly
MATTE LACQUER LAMINATE
Matte lacquer laminate is a low-sheen surface finish used in furniture and interior design. It offers a smooth, non-glossy appearance for a modern aesthetic. The durable coating resists scratches and stains, making it ideal for high-traffic areas. Cleaning is effortless, requiring only a gentle wipe. With a range of colors and textures available, matte lacquer laminate provides design versatility for various styles and preferences. Its understated elegance enhances any space.