Laminated boards are a product made from three-layer chipboard or MDF covered on one or both sides with papers saturated with thermosetting resins, which gives them a final surface finish that requires no further treatment.
The lamination process consists of pressing a decorative film onto the board, while imparting the structure.
|wide range of colours|
|variety of formats, thicknesses and surface structures|
|versatility of applications|
|reasiness to process|
|environmental friendly (hygiene class E1)|
All SWISS KRONO laminated boards have antibacterial properties.
Suchproperties mean that bacteria do not grow on their surfaces. Antibacterial activity tests have been performed in accordance with ISO 22196:2011 against two bacteria (Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli), and their results confirm that the laminated boards surface inhibits the growth of microorganisms.
|SWISS KRONO products - Laminated boards, worktops, flooring - have antibacterial properties and therefore increase our safety.||Antibacterial surfaces do not need to be washed, cleaned or disinfected.|
|Hygiene (thorough hand washing, disinfection, maintenance of cleanliness) depends on ourselves and not just on the properties of interior design products.||The antibacterial surface is an antivirus surface.|
|Not all bacteria are harmful.||SWISS KRONO laminated boards, worktops and flooring with antibacterial properties were created because of the COVID-19 pandemic.|
|Bacteria do not multiply on the surfaces of SWISS KRONO products.||When touching antibacterial surfaces, you do not need to wash your hands.|
|basic material for furniture production|
|as a decorative material for interior finishing|
Use a soft, dry or moist cloth for the maintenance of laminated boards. Larger dirt can be removed using a solution of washing-up liquid. Then wipe it with a damp, soft cloth, and keep wiping until it dries. As the laminate surface is the "final finished" surface, no aggressive cleaning agents (e.g. solvents) or polishing agents may be used.