As part of its new range of washroom solutions, James Latham is now offering moisture resistant, high performance melamine faced chipboard (MFC) as well as a range of matching compact grade laminate (CGL).
The moisture resistant MFC incorporates two decorative melamine surfaces, which are bonded to both sides of the high density chipboard under high pressure and temperature. They will be offered in 10 different decors.
Also available, is a selection of matching compact grade laminate (CGL) in 14 different decors. Compact grade laminate offers the ultimate performance in the most demanding environments. The panels are extremely resistant to impact and have surfaces and cores that are totally impervious to water.
Both of these new range additions will be colour co-ordinated with Latham??s existing range of high pressure laminates (HPL) and 2mm thick ABS edgings.
James Latham??s Group Product Champion for Melamine, Paul Morson, commented, ?These latest additions, of both moisture resistant MFC and matching compact grade laminate mean that we can now offer a true ??one-stop-shop?? washroom solutions package to our customers.??
James Latham??s washroom solutions package includes: Moisture resistant MFC in panel sizes; 2800 x 2070 x 18mm, Compact Grade Laminate in sizes; 3660 x 1830 x 12mm and High Pressure Laminate in sizes; 3050 x 1310 x 0.8mm. In addition, 3660 x 1530 x 0.8 mm is now available directly from stock at all nine of James Latham??s nationwide panel depots.
James Latham also offer a large range of MFC (Melamine Faced Chipboard) and MDF (Medium Density Fibreboard) to order.
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