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What is Laminate?

What is Laminate?

Laminates have been around a long time. These days, they’re available in a whopping array of choices. We have literally hundreds of decors and textures to choose from; bold uni-colours, realistic material replicas, woodgrains and more.

HPL (high pressure laminate) is produced by saturating multiple layers of kraft paper with phenolic resin. A printed décor paper is placed on top of the kraft paper before pressing. It is then 'sandwiched', fusing it together under heat and pressure . The process converts the paper sheets into a single, rigid laminated sheet. HPL is considered more hard wearing than melamine.

Benefits

Benefits

Get the realistic look and feel of natural materials with incredibly realistic textures in a huge variety of decors. Easy to maintain and repair, laminate is hard wearing and durable.

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Brands

Brands

We supply laminates from the following range of brands:

  • Egger
  • Kronospan
  • Pfleiderer
  • Resopal
  • Schorn & Groh

    Find out about all of our brands below.

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Applications

Applications

Laminated surfaces are used widely in the furniture industry, commercial sector and cubicle systems. Laminates can be bonded onto different types of boards and various thicknesses. Check out our bonding department for more information.

With such versatile characteristics, laminate is suitable for a wide choice of applications, including worksurfaces, wall panelling, display units, furniture and toilet cubicles. and much, much more.

Sizes

Sizes

We have a huge range of sizes available, from 1310 to 3050mm in length and 1020 up to 3050mm in width.

Check out all the sizes using our handy filters on the product page.

We also have thicknesses ranging from 0.6mm to 1.2mm, PLUS 12mm thick Compact Grade Laminate.

Extra Details

Extra Details

We have hundreds of post-forming laminate options. These are specially developed laminate grades which can be formed into cylindrical, concave and convex shapes. 

If you have any questions, please get in touch.