Laminated Door

Lamination is a process of pasting a laminated sheet on to a material with heat and pressure. Laminated doors tend to give a long life to the the plywood or the material beneath. The length, width and thickness tolerances varies in the range of -2.0mm to +2.0mm. Density of the door is 850kg/m3 or 900kg/m3 etc while the moisture absorption rate is less than 5% - 10% and above with Modulus of Elasticity being 30mpa to 35mpa and above and are widely used for commercial, home or office purposes.

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Laminate- A material created from two or more material fused together. Laminated doors are made up from thin layers of fibrous materials that are impregnated with resin and is bonded together by means of heat and pressure. It is bonded with a special adhesive to particle board. The substance used for the process increases the feature as well as durability of the door. Artistic renderings make the laminate look like any wood finish and sometimes the real woods are fused into the laminate to appear more authentic, apparently.

Contrary to popular belief, laminate doors are actually very durable if manufactured properly. The great thing about these doors is that they offer a broad variety of exotic designs at a very affordable cost.


Advantages of laminate door design:

⦁ Laminates are hard wearing and can withstand high impact heat, scratching, scuffing, staining, boiling water etc.

⦁ Available in large range of colours, patterns and wood grains.



There are few downsides of such doors. Firstly, you cannot use them outside. Secondly, if they are not properly manufactured you can run into issues like peeling, chipping or cracking. And there occurs a chip or fracture in the laminate, it is very difficult to aesthetically repair.



⦁ Wipe with water and a non-abrasive house hold cleaner.

⦁ Keep seams and edges dry.



⦁ Beauiful in look

⦁ Durable against high moisture and cyclic changes in weather

⦁ Decay proof

⦁ Made with seasoned wood as per IS: 1141 - 1973 (Indian Standard code of practice for seasoning of timber)

⦁ Produced using impregnation process as per IS: 401 - 1982 (Indian Standard code of practice for preservation of timber)

⦁ Prefabricated and ready to fix

⦁ More economical

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AC Rating Posted on 8/19/2016

AC stands for Abrasion Class which has set the standard for 5 different categories of use and durability. So, higher the rating, higher the price, don't pay more or less by make it sure that AC rating matches to the requirements. Examples: AC1 Moderate Residential - Suitable for closets or bedrooms AC2 General Residential - Suitable for dining rooms or living rooms AC3 Heavy Residential/Moderate Commercial - Suitable for Offices and Hotel rooms AC4 General Commercial - Suitable for offices, cafes, and boutiques AC5 Heavy Commercial - Suitable for busiest commercial uses like department stores and government buildings

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Maintaining the laminate Posted on 8/19/2016

Laminate doors are easy to maintain as long as you follow manufacturers' instructions. However, because the laminate finish is only a layer or two deep, any deep scratches, abrasions, etc. can be more difficult to repair since they can't be sanded and refinished.

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