Melamine


Thermally Fused Melamine, now referred to as Thermally Fused Laminate (TFL)

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Roseburg
 
Stevens


Fused Melamine panels are produced by bonding a melamine impregnated paper to a core. The process begins by thoroughly saturating a decorative paper (colored or wood grain) with melamine resins. After drying, the melamine impregnated paper is applied to a core, usually particleboard or MDF. With extreme heat and pressure being applied, molecular cross linking occurs thus fusing the melamine paper to the core. This results in a permanent bond.

A wide variety of colors and wood grains are available.



Fused Melamine can be used in commercial or residential applications.


Thickness range from1/4” to 1 1/8”

Widths range from 49” to 61”

Lengths range from 73” to 145”

Links
(Supplier Links)

Roseburg

Panolam
Stevens Wood
Timber Products
Roucke

(Spec Sheet and Technical Data Link)

Roseburg
Panolam