Service and flexibility are key elements of our value proposition. Our shorter delivery times for material and the flexibility of the minimum order amounts, helps our clients to be more competitive.
All of this makes it the perfect option for Designers, Furniture Manufacturers and Laminators around the world for coating panels in all types of applications in the Furniture Industry: Kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, living rooms, etc.
The premium Acrylic sheets are supplied with corona treatment on the underside to facilitate their adhesion with PUR glue. Correct handling and storage of the sheets is recommended to ensure they do not lose their properties.
The top side is supplied with a PE (Polyethylene) protective film to protect the material, which is removed once the furniture is installed.
In the supply of the Premium Acrylic sheets, adapted packaging is used in order to protect the material from knocks and dirt, both in transport and in handling.
We have an extensive catalogue of more than 50 colours, solids and metallic, that we provide to our clients.
Now, we have launched a new collection of colours following the trends of the international markets.
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We also have our own laboratory and produce our colour concentrate or Masterbatch.
This is why we can offer an exact match based on a RAL/PANTONE or a reference sample.
For each of the colours in the catalogue of our Premium Acrylic sheets, we provide our clients the same colour in HIPS (High Impact Polystyrene) in a thickness of 0.8 mm to be used as backing. A cost-effective, effective and elegant alternative in order to avoid the bending of boards.
For correct lamination of the Premium Acrylic sheets on board, it is necessary to use the right machine (Flatmal) and glue (PUR) and also have a space that meets the right characteristics in order to achieve optimum quality. If necessary, we can provide guidance or provide the corresponding contact details of possible suppliers to our clients or potential clients.
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Once laminated, the boards are processed (machining, drilling, etc.) with conventional carpentry machinery.