Greenlam’s new AFX matt laminate is clean, refined and tactile while incorporating practical benefits for long-term, hassle-free usage.
16 January, 2017
Featuring a long list of practical benefits, the new Greenlam AFX matt laminate was designed to revolutionalise interior surfaces. Aesthetically, the matt design is anti-fingerprint and non-reflective, maintaining a clean, refined and contemporary look even when applied on large surfaces. Functionally, it is mould-resistant, hydro-repellent, easy to clean and resistant to chemicals, enabling a hassle-free usage for the long run.
Constructed using Electron Beam Curing (EBC) – a state-of-the-art technique that ensures that the laminate is non-porous and non-reflective – AFX is also compressed with Kraft Paper under high temperature and high pressure, making it very sturdy and durable. The exterior has also been treated to eliminate bacteria growth.
These qualities make AFX ideal for application in wet or harsh environments across residential and commercial high-end kitchens, toilets or bathrooms. It can even be used on products, furniture and interior spaces facing heavy traffic, such as shopping malls, healthcare facilities, spas or offices.
Be it for vertical or horizontal applications, Greenlam AFX comes in a wide range of thickness. Designers can select from a range of 1-millimetre thick laminates to a 12-millimetre thick compact board to suit various projects.
Greenlam AFX is available in three classic colours – white, grey and black.
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