Melamine


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

To view the Salt Lake City melamine stock list click here.



Stevens
IWP IWP IWP
Artika Collection  
   
G87 Cannella Rustik G91 Carmelo Mist
   
G90 Dark Noce G92 Drift Loud
   
G86 Grigio Notte G88 Natural Rustik
   
G85 White Zebrine 529 Takase Teak
   
533 Midnight Echo 574 Natural Elm
   
576 Dark Elm 589 Grey Echo
   
596 Morning Fog 648 Ebony
   
W53 Arizona Cypress W64 Dahat Teak
   
W29 Gregio Pine W51 Richmond Cherry
   
174 Black 043 Pearl White
   
Legno Collection  
   
Tokaj Alder  
   
L01 Cerise L02 Sabbia
   
L03 Aliso L04 Ontano
   
L05 Alno L06 Manchurian
   
L07 Siberian L08 Andean
   
L09 Kyushu L10 Formosa
   
Walnut Tiepolo  
   
L13 Mayette L14 Lara
   
L15 Marbot L16 Parisienne
   
L17 Serr L18 Vina
   
L19 Valcor L20 Ashley



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