YOUR CUSTOM FLAT PANEL FABRICATOR SINCE 1971

Decorative surfaces can be used in multiple applications and industries. Our Thermally Fused Laminates (TFL) are made from a resin impregnated paper with a vast assortment of designs and solid colors.  This paper is fused directly to a substrate with heat and pressure creating a bond to the substrate. This Thermally Fused Melamine is a hard surfaced product that excels in resistance to scratches, scuffing and chemicals.  It is an excellent product for kitchens, children’s furniture, store fixtures and contract furniture.

THE FEATURES & BENEFITS

At our Klamath Falls facility in Oregon, we operate a Wemhoner Thermo Fused Melamine Line where we laminate Melamine and Veneer/Melamine Combination Panels. We also operate a components division where we offer premium quality cutting, edge banding and line boring.

  • Over 35 standard designs and colors in stock
  • Panel thicknesses from 1/4″ – 1- 1/4″
  • 4′ and 5′ widths in 8′, 9′ and 10′ lengths
  • Sanded edges/ends for safe and easy handling
  • Multiple cores available:  Pine Particleboard, Fir Particleboard, MDF, Plywood cores, FSC® Certified, NAUF, NAF (Carb Exempt) & Specialty Cores
  • Cut-to-size, edge banding
  • 32mm line boring
  • Special packaging

For a distributor in your area or direct assistance on our TFL product line, please contact our Oregon sales office directly at 800.300.1979 or 541.882.2111

Learn more about different Decorative Surfaces

Colors shown in images are representative, please request a sample for accurate colors

Thicknesses:
1/4″ – 1-1/4″

Standard Sheet Sizes:
4′ & 5′ Widths
8′, 9′ & 10′ Lengths

Particleboard
MDF
Plywood
FSC Certified
Specialty Cores

Kitchen & Bath
RTA Furniture
Product Display
Juvenile Furniture

Decorative Surfaces 101

  • Resin-impregnated décor paper is fused directly to the substrate
  • No kraft paper is used in TFL
  • Heat and pressure activate the resin in the sheet creating a bond with the substrate
  • Great for low impact and vertical applications
  • Once known as Thermally Fused Melamine
TFL Illustration

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