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NW - Thermofused Laminate
HPNW - High Pressure Laminate
RTNW - Rigid Thermofoil
FG - Thermofused Laminate
HPFG - High Pressure Laminate
RTFG - Rigid Thermofoil
ST- Thermofused Laminate
HPST - High Pressure Laminate
RTST - Rigid Thermofoil
CA- Thermofused Laminate
HPCA - High Pressure Laminate
RTCA - Rigid Thermofoil
CH- Thermofused Laminate

BL- Thermofused Laminate
HPBL- High Pressure Laminate
RTBL-Rigid Thermofoil
FO- Thermofused Laminate
HPFO- High Pressure Laminate

IP- Thermofused Laminate
HPIP- High Pressure Laminate

AW- Thermofused Laminate
HPAW- High Pressure Laminate
RTAW- Rigid Thermofoil

SO- Thermofused Laminate
HPSO- High Pressure Laminate
RTSO- Rigid Thermofoil

HE- Thermofused Laminate


RU- Thermofused Laminate
HPRU- High Pressure Laminate
RTRU- Rigid Thermofoil


WC- Thermofused Laminate
HPWC- High Pressure Laminate



SU- Thermofused Laminate
HPSU- High Pressure Laminate
RTSU- Rigid Thermofoil


MH- Thermofused Laminate
HPMH- High Pressure Laminate



AC- Thermofused Laminate
HPAC- High Pressure Laminate



CG- Thermofused Laminate
HPCG- High Pressure Laminate



GT- Thermofused Laminate
HPGT- High Pressure Laminate



KD- Thermofused Laminate
HPKD- High Pressure Laminate



CB- Thermofused Laminate
HPCB- High Pressure Laminate



BW- Thermofused Laminate
HPBW- High Pressure Laminate



IP- Thermofused Laminate
HPIP- High Pressure Laminate
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Material Descriptions


TFL - Thermofused Laminate
TFL is thermally bonded paper applied to particleboard or MDF panels. TFL finished on two sides as it is applied to the front and back of the panel to keep the panel balanced. This is produced in higher volumes than High Pressure Laminate (HPL). It is thinner (about .007") than HPL and is more economical but very durable for any office environment. TFL is used on worksurfaces, storage case and fronts.

HPL - High Pressure Laminate
HPL or High Pressure Laminate is about the most durable laminate available. It is made of several sheets of paper that get bonded together using high pressure presses. It is used in many horizontal applications such as counter tops and higher quality table tops. On vertical surfaces, it is commonly used for doors and drawer fronts of cabinets. HPL has higher impact resistance than most other laminates. The product gets glued on to the panel generally using a PVA glue. Usually a backer is used to prevent warping or the colored laminate is on both surfaces.


RTF - Rigid Thermal Foil
RTF is a tough, rigid and decorative film that is applied to a substrate, usually MDF, with heat, pressure and adhesive, and which creates a very attractive and durable surface. The RTF process is suitable for most worksurfaces and storage front and available in a wide range of colors, as well as wood grains, metallics, faux stones and even MDF. It also is practical to specify custom RTF colors or patterns for large orders.
RTF finished surfaces are seamless and allows for different edge profiles (i.e. sloped, bevelled, radiused)

Since RTF accurately and uniformly conforms to the shape of its substrate material, your design can include curves, bevels, coves, bumps, embossing, debossing and reveals, both along edges and around corners. The finished surface is attractive, smooth and seamless.