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Super-Matt Laminates Made To Survive Hand Traffic

Thanks to German technological innovations, the new series of high-pressure laminates (HPL) by Admira sports a super matt visual effect with long-lasting colours and usability.

Super-Matt Laminates Made To Survive Hand Traffic


June 3rd, 2016

Adhering to modern preferences and needs, Admira has developed a new range of high-pressure laminates (HPL) called Xtreme. The high quality collection consists of low-reflective, matt surfaces that possess an extreme depth of colour, designed to stand the test of time. An electron beam-cured (EBC) acrylic lacquer overlay technology from Admira ensures richness, durability and ease of maintenance.

Xtreme is super-matt. Featured: Slate [CDP 1206 XM]

Xtreme is resistant to typical detergent cleaners and laboratory chemicals, which makes it an easy surface to clean and maintain in the long run.

Xtreme is chemical resistant. Featured: Majestic Camphor (Light) [QDP 4706 XM]

Unlike common matt laminates, users can touch the warm and soft surfaces of Xtreme comfortably, without leaving any scratches, fingerprints or grease caused by hand traffic.

Xtreme is scratch resistant. Featured: Majestic Camphor (Dark) [QDP 4708 XM]

Xtreme is fingerprint resistant. Featured: Majestic Camphor (Dark) [QDP 4708 XM]

The range offers flexible length options to enable extended horizontal and vertical applications, which makes Xtreme ideal for a variety of designs, be it interior fittings or furniture customisation.

Xtreme is of a post-formable grade with matching edgebandFeatured: Majestic Camphor (Light) [QDP 4706 XM]


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