Available in an exciting range of colours patterns, shades, textures and
other defining features, our decorative laminates are specially made
from Japanese technology to cater to the discerning tastes of architects
and interior designers and lifestyle connoisseurs. These High Pressure
Decorative Laminates are creatively designed to cater to all kinds of
interior needs—like wall panels to wardrobes, kitchen cabinets, table
tops and more.
Manufactured from specially selected
decorative papers as well as absorbent Kraft paper that is impregnated
with melamine and phenolic resins (before being pressed and hardened
under heat and high pressure), our laminates offer a unique solution
for surface styling of interiors.
- Easy to install
- Easy maintenance
- Wear Resistant- better Abrasion for long life
- Good machinability
- Excellent stain resistance
- Cost Effective
decorative laminates are designed to suit a variety of applications
like wall panelling, column claddings, wardrobes, shelves, home &
office furniture, doors, cubicles and other areas. The wide range of our
laminates provides aesthetic appeals and finish to interior surfaces
and make them more contemporary in tune to the new emerging trends.
METHOD OF CLEANING
With a dry of damp cloth
Wipe with a cloth dipped in water and mild detergent.
Clean with washing powder or bleach, NB : DO NOT USE TOO OFTEN.
Remove with an organic solvent such as methylated spirits, acetone, benzene, nail varnish remover. NB : FOLLOW MANUFACTURERES INSTRUCTIONS.
Remove with water or organic solvent depending on product base. NB : REMOVE TWO COMPONENT PAINTS AND ADHESIVES IMMEDIATELY.
POLISH - Polish should not be applied to the surfaces, since it can be lead to smearing and marking particularly on horizontal surfaces.
SCRATCHING - Scraping with sharp edges should be avoided and objects with rough or uneven bases can cause scratches if allowed to slide across the surface. Food should not chop on a working surface; use of a chopping board will prevent permanent damage.
HEAT - Although laminates are tested to a temperature of 180 degree care should be taken to avoid prolonged exposure to high temperature. Objects such as oven hot pans and dishes should not be taken from direct heat and placed directly on the laminate. Burning cigarettes should never be left on the surface.
a). Storage conditions – A primary consideration of the fabricator should be the proper storage and conditioning of component materials. Both the laminate and the substrate should be conditioned for a minimum of 48 hours at a temperature between 21degree to 24 degree c and relatively humidity of 45 to 55 % prior to bonding.
b). Control of the glue line – Control of the glue line is another consideration, and the thickness and uniformity of spread should be given constant attention.
c). Adhesive – Specific conditions are recommended by each adhesive manufacturer and these conditions should be followed:
Contact – contact adhesive are widely used in the laminate industry.Contact adhesives can be applied by brush, roller, hand spray or automated spray.
The substrate and laminate should be uniformly coated over the entire area where bonding contact will be made.