Thermofused Melamine:

Is widely used in:

  • Laminate Flooring
  • Cabinetry
  • Countertops
  • Shelving
  • Store Fixtures
  • Home office furniture

TFM or thermally fused melamine is made by fusing a resin-impregnated sheet of décor paper directly to a substrate. There is no kraft paper used in TFM, and the resulting panel is ready for finishing. The décor paper generally weighs between 60 and 130 g/m2 and is the same as the paper used in the production of HPL, making for easy matching across materials. Heat and pressure activate the resin in the saturated TFM sheet, creating a cross-linked bond with the substrate. This effectively seals the substrate. Particleboard and MDF are ideal substrates for TFM because they are consistent, uniform in strength and free of defects.

Widths: 4' and 5'
Lengths: 8', 9' and 10'
Thickness: 1/4” to 1-1/8"

- Hutton Forest Products Inc. offers a complete selection of Thermofused Melamine in a variety of colours and woodgrain patterns.