Laminate is the most cost effective and durable surface for Doors, Drawer Fronts and Panels on the market today. It is heat and moisture resistant and is very durable due to the ABS Edging around the edge of the Doors and Drawer Fronts. It's plain and un-cluttered look makes it a very popular choice for today's trend toward a more minimalistic cabinetry design, featuring lots of flat surfaces and square edges.

The thickness is typically 16mm but can also be 18mm (note: some colours are only available in 18mm). The coloured laminate covers both faces with the core substrate being a MR MDF (Moisture Resistant Medium Density Fibreboard). The edges are sealed with a 1mm ABS Impact resistant, colour matched edging.

Below are some links to the 3 most popular laminate suppliers in Australia, where you can view their range of colours:

  • Laminex, click here
  • Formica, click here
  • Polytec, click here

We can do other suppliers as well, just put this in the 'Special Request' box.

 

Quick Facts:
  • Can be used on all cabinetry types: From kitchens, laundries, vanities, bedroom wardrobes, office units, studies and even garage cabinets.
  • Lowest cost of all the Laminated door ranges - Perfect if you have a tight budget yet you want a hard-wearing, durable Door or Drawer Front.
  • Easily-cleanable surface - Low maintenance.
  • Faster turn-around time for manufacture (lowest lead-time).
  • Heat & stain resistant.
  • Great durability & impact-resistant for long-life.
  • Comes as a finished product (no additional finishing required like painting or varnishing).
  • This is the standard (commodity) laminate range and is available in white only.
  • Thickness is 16mm with a High Moisture Resistant Particle Board (HMR PB) substrate, with laminate (melamine) coating on both sides.
  • Impact resistant, 1mm solid ABS edging used for around the edges of the Doors & Drawer Fronts, for durability and long-life (2mm available as an optional extra).
  • Quality Australian made board (conforming to all Australian standards).
 

More information needed?:

  • For a 'fact sheet' on laminate Doors and Panels, click here.
  • For technical information on laminate Doors and Panels, click here.
  • For care and maintenance information on Laminate Doors and Panels, click here.

We hope that this information has been helpful for you.

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