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Thermally Fused Laminate

Thermally Fused Laminate (TFL) Panels for Decorative Surfaces

Thermally fused laminate (TFL) Panels, once known as thermally fused melamine or TFM, is made by fusing a resin-impregnated sheet of décor paper directly to a substrate. Heat and pressure activate the resin in the saturated TFL panel 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.

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