THERMALLY FUSED LAMINATE (TFL)

When its time to have the look of High Pressure Laminate (HPL) with similar performance, Thermally Fused Laminate (TFL) – also referred to as Thermally Fused Melamine (TFM), is often used.  TFL is a melamine saturated paper that is thermally fused directly to the substrate. With the absence of the multiple layers of Kraft paper that is found in HPL, you will loose some of the impact resistance but also you will have a lower cost. Without the cushion of the additional layers of Kraft paper, the TFL is not recommended for counter tops but performs excellent in multiple vertical and low impact applications.

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