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imber veneers have been reborn, stronger
and more sophisticated than ever, in the
new range of Laminex Timber Veneers.
Laminex has designed four new ranges,
each bursting with colours and designs to express
individuality – Designed Timber Veneers (DTV),
Finished Designed Timber Veneers (FDTV), FSC
Certified Timber Veneers (FSC) and Natural Timber
Veneers (NTV) – bidding farewell to the traditional
timber veneer look and providing a refined and
stylish alternative to solid wood.
The Finished Designed Timber Veneers (FDTV)
range incorporates the new exclusive Wave series,
which features a unique melamine overlay treatment
for a harder wearing surface.
The exclusive Wave range is made from natural
Australian species and is un-dyed. Available in
seven shades, the colour selection reflects
modern design trends and beautiful tones from
the Australian landscape. It’s the perfect fit for
demanding interior spaces such as reception areas
and hotels. The pre-finished and textured panels
are available in 13 colours and finishes, like Spotted
Gum Wave and Chalked Oak.
The Laminex Group’s Trade Essentials range has
also welcomed a new addition – Specialty Boards.
These products include Litecraft, Strandboard,
Strandfloor and Triboard in High Density, Pinnable
and Lite varieties.
This new range provides more comprehensive
and environmentally preferable solutions for a
variety of applications, including commercial tables,
workstation partitions, wall and ceiling linings,
office screens and flooring.
In addition to accruing valuable Green
Star credits, the Trade Essentials Specialty
Boards have also been sourced from responsibly
managed forests and they carry Forest Stewardship
The Laminex Group
The Laminex Group continues to prove itself as a market leader in the distribution
and manufacturing of decorative surfaces, with new and innovative product lines
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