Thermally Fused Laminate

Thermally fused laminate TFL, once known as thermally fused melamine or TFM, is made by fusing a resin-impregnated sheet of dcor paper directly to a substrate. Heat and pressure activate the resin in the saturated TFL sheet, creating a cross-linked bond with the substrate. This effectively seals the substrate. Particleboard and MDF are ideal substrates for TFL because they are consistent, uniform in strength and free of defects. For more information check out our website:

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