Compact laminate is a go-to material for high traffic environments. Suitable for many applications, this material is both durable and appealing.
Its distinctive black core is not only a feature that separates it from other materials, but the whole high-pressure manufacturing process makes the material durable from the rest.
Compact laminate is a high-pressure structural laminate built by dipping multiple layers of kraft paper in resin and drying it. These layers are then baked between the laminated top and bottom sheets. Similarly, the process of polymerisation fuses the layers, creating a solid-core panel that is strong, supporting, water-resistant and requires low maintenance.
Some other features of compact laminate are its flexibility with edge profiles, variety of colours and wood grain pattern options.
Where to use Compact Laminate?
You can use compact laminate in both vertical or horizontal applications across a wide range of interior purposes.
Why Choose Compact Laminate?
Compact laminate is a pre-finished product; and once it is installed, you do not have to do additional work like filing, sanding or painting. It also requires low maintenance, as you can wash most things off with soapy water. In addition, you can even clean graffiti without damaging the panel.
Being a durable material, it can resist damage better than other options, making it a smart, cost-effective choice.
Some of the most significant advantages of compact laminate are –
- Resistance to abrasion, water and fire.
- Excellent hygiene properties.
- Resistance to harmful chemicals and organic solvents.
- Simple and quick assembly with no adhesive required.
- Low emission of harmful gasses and fumes in case of combustion.
- Suitable for high impact areas and humidity environments.
The Benefits Of Choosing Compact Laminate Partitions
Compact Laminates offers durability greater than other materials. Backed by a 10-year manufacturer’s warranty, compact laminate will not swell, rot, crack or delaminate. Above all, compact laminate provides an enormous reduction in life cycle costs through ongoing maintenance brought on through vandalism.
1. Support Environmental Sustainability
Compact laminates are constructed by making environmental considerations from the optimal use of raw materials to a product lifespan. In addition, all products have low panel emissions that minimise harmful gasses and maintain better indoor air quality.
2. Minimise Waste
Compact laminates are cut in a standard size to adapt the practical requirements, keeping waste to a minimum. Therefore, combined with the standard thicknesses, they offer an economical option for any project.
3. Care and Cleaning
We recommend mild soap and water for general cleaning of interior applications. But, avoid the use of abrasive or polishing materials.
4. Strong and Durable
Using the right materials in public restrooms is essential. There are many factors like door hits, moisture and humidity that contribute to premature wear. Above all, if you are looking for a durable product, choose compact laminate toilet partition. It can take the knocks better than other options, making it a smart, cost-effective choice. It performs well in high traffic locations.
5. Easy To Clean
There should be regular cleaning for toilet partitions to improve durability and maintain a good appearance. Cleaning method can vary for different toilet partition materials.
Here are some tips for cleaning compact laminate toilet partitions:
- Clean with warm water and mild soap, using a cloth or sponge.
- Use a paste of baking soda and water for stains unremoved with the use of a mild detergent.
- Avoid using an abrasive cloth or an acidic cleaning solution.
- Clean with furniture polish to keep the partitions looking new.
Compact laminate toilet partition is a durable, low maintenance material and is the cost-efficient choice. Cubispec makes all their products from compact laminate, and they come in high quality with competitive prices. Therefore, if you are looking to install compact laminate toilet partitions, contact us at [email protected] or call 1800 951 235.