Laminam is a company but also a product a technological system. Developed with the latest in Italian ceramic technology, Laminam have created the largest and thinnest, full body porcelain ceramic slab.
January 25th, 2011
This innovative product is truly versatile, suited for both interior and exterior uses on buildings, renovations and furnishings. Laminam can also be used for refurbishment without demolition. Due to its technical uniqueness and thickness, Laminam can be bonded directly to existing surfaces such as floor or wall tiles.
Laminam has numerous internal and external applications such as floor and wall covering, bench top and splash-backs surfaces. Laminam is available in a wide range of colours, textures and unique surface graphics making it a popular choice for refined project requirements.
In Melbourne Laminam decorates the walls of the Press Club and Little Press Club Restaurant. It also has been applied on the exterior facades of the Sacred Heart School in Kew and in many interiors of the renowned Chadstone shopping centre.
Laminam comes in 3mm, 3.5mm and 7mm thicknesses. It’s light weight makes it easy to assemble and transport. The ceramic slab comes in a number of formats with a maximum size of 3000mm x 1000mm. Features of Laminam include, heat resistant up to 1200 degrees, UV resistant, scratch resistant, non porous, light weight, an all natural product and is also available in large formats.
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