Decorative Paper

Decorative Paper

DECOR PRINT INKS

DECOR PRINT INKS As papers and inks must be able to withstand particular demands during the printing of decors, impress has developed its own range of inks. These inks are constantly being optimised and developed to ensure that they always fulfil the latest technical, economical and ecological requirements of decor …

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Decorative Surfaces inspections and quality control

Decorative Surfaces inspections and quality control Decorative Surfaces are unbelievably textured materials reflecting the luxe look of embossed leathers and skins, melamine papers ,vinyl films in high gloss colorations and simulated wood grains, high-pressure laminates plus a fresh take on ceramic tiles that are all designer-infused for a dramatic effect. Modern …

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Difference and application advantages between fireproof HPL Plywood and melamine Plywood

Difference and application advantages between fireproof HPL Plywood and melamine Plywood There are many readers to email us about the difference between fireproof HPL PLYWOOD and melamine Plywood , here we do some simple introduction. HPL plywood, as the name implies, the core substrate is plywood platform, and the top …

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DECORATIVE SURFACES Types and Inspection

DECORATIVE SURFACES Types and Inspection DECORATIVE FOILS Decorative foils are an intermediate-range paperbased overlay and are also called impregnated papers. They are generally pre-impregnated with a blend of melamine, acrylic and urea resins during the paper-manufacturing process or post-impregnated after the paper is fully cured. Decorative foils weigh between 40 …

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Equipment for producing melamine impregnated paper

Equipment for producing melamine impregnated paper: Mainly for: impregnated paper production line (small-scale rational configuration of two to three); heat carrier boiler; main supporting: reaction kettle; forklift; steam generator; mixing facilities and so on. Raw materials (mainly paper and glue): Glue-making materials mainly include melamine, formaldehyde, urea and so on. …

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Additives within the impregnation process

Additives within the impregnation process In order to effectively saturate the core of décor-paper and to coat its surface impregnation resins require several chemical additives and catalysts (hardener). Very important is the uniform distribution of the resins within and on the paper, which generally is achieved with wetting agents. Turbulences …

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