Impregnated paper

One possibility to coat a wood-based surface is to laminate it. This means solid-colour or printed decor paper gets pressed onto the board with a very high level of pressure and temperature. In order to effectively achieve a successful result, the paper needs to be impregnated by being dipped into a watery melamine resin dilution and then carefully dried. The remaining melamine in the impregnated paper starts to cross-link during the pressing procedure and creates a connection between the paper and the board, as well as a usable surface. This surface with impregnated decor paper from impress is then long-lasting and hard-wearing, suitable for smooth and deep structures, and can be adapted to any relevant requirement.

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Impregnated Paper COLLECTION

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