What is High Pressure Laminate (HPL)?
Like engineered wood panels, HPL is mostly wood fiber—several layers of core, or “kraft” paper (similar to that used for brown paper bags), topped with a solid color or printed decorative layer and a protective wear layer.
As exclusive distributors of Formica® products in the Canadian Prairie Provinces, we carry sheets of Formica® laminate in every color, wood grain, pattern, faux finish and texture to fabricators of counters, desks, furniture, and more. With a little creativity and a lot of imagination, we can help you create something fabulous to fit your client’s style and taste.
The New Realism – Formica Group’s Commercial Launch, Fall 2010
This new comprehensive collection was developed using three key drivers:
Other Laminates Include:
Patterns - Formica makes a variety of patterns made to look like wood grains, natural stone, fallen leaves, concrete, smoke, seagrass, leather, and other inanimate objects. To view their long list of patterns, click here.
Melamine Decorative Papers for TFM Panels – Design possibilities are extensive as most colors within the Formica High Pressure Laminate Solid Color Range, Woodgrains and Patterns Collections are also available in the Formica Melamine Decorative Paper Program.
Solid SurfacingAnother line of decorative surfacing we carry is Formica® Solid Surfacing. Inspired by both man-made and natural materials, it offers beautiful color throughout the entire half inch (12.7 mm) product, allowing for many design and edging options.
InDepth Surfacing® by Formica Group offers a 60% thicker surface then standard solid surfacing (at a total of three centimeters (3cm) or 1 1/8 inches), as well as a new contemporary array of colors and patterns ranging from subtle to dramatic.
For more information on available products, colors, finishes, specialty laminates and more, visit Formica’s website at www.formica.com.
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