Edgebanding is perceived as being the most important accessory in furniture making. Edges are the most vulnerable parts of the furniture that are prone to external damages.
Melamine is a special paper that is first impregnated and then covered with lacquer. Impregnation is a process in which the paper is absorbed with resin and covered with lacquer surface. After these processes, the paper gains strength and resistance. In short, melamine is a special surface covering material that has high resistance to impacts, scratches, and abrasion. It is also flexible and suitable for turning corners.
Quality of impregnation determines the quality of the final product. Given this reason, Tece places special emphasis on the quality of the impregnation and uses the right and best quality eco-friendly chemicals during the impregnation process.
To guarantee the superiority, compatibility and competitiveness of all of our products under different conditions, they compulsorily undergo rigorous quality checks.
The regular of unglued melamine edgebanding comes in big jumbo rolls of 65 cm in width and 500 mt in length. This can be changed to suit individual customer preferences.
Pre-glued rolls of any width and length can also be offered depending on the customer’s requirements. About 250 gr of hot melt per m² is used for pre-glued products in order to have a very strong bonding of the edgebanding.