- kunststoffen plaat/vel
- a sheet of material made by bonding two or more sheets or layers
- cover with a thin sheet of non-fabric material
"laminate the table"
- create laminate by bonding sheets of material with a bonding material
- press or beat (metals) into thin sheets
- split (wood) into thin sheets
- Laminate floor coverings
- Description: Laminate card model.
- Description: Laminate card model. Pink.
- Laminate floor coverings manufactured in accordance with EN 13329:2000.
- CLASSES OF REACTION TO FIRE PERFORMANCE OF LAMINATE FLOOR COVERINGS
- Description: Banknote quality paper (pink) enclosed in plastic laminate.
- Recycled wood and plant materials (for laminate flooring and multilayer wood coverings)
- This product group includes ‘Wood and timber coverings’, ‘Laminate floorings’, ‘Cork coverings’ and ‘Bamboo floorings’;
- The industry producing laminate floor coverings determines its technical position in the European Committee for Standardisation CEN/TC 134.
- Office desks with metal worktop, height ≤ 80 cm (including those covered in a veneer or laminate, fixed pedestals)
- Any activity where coiled steel, stainless steel, coated steel, copper alloys or aluminium strip is coated with either a film forming or laminate coating in a continuous process.
- Laminate floorings are ‘rigid floor covering with a surface layer consisting of one or more thin sheets of a fibrous material (usually paper), impregnated with aminoplastic thermosetting resins (usually melamine), pressed or bonded on a substrate, normally finished with a backer’.
- The product group ‘wooden floor coverings’ shall comprise wood- and plant-based coverings: including wood and timber coverings, laminate floorings, cork coverings and bamboo floorings which are made, for more than 90 % in mass (in the final product), from wood, wood powder and/or wood/plant-based material.
- In documents made of paper, they should be integrated over as wide a surface as possible as an element of the hot-sealed or an equivalent laminate (as thin as possible) or applied as a security overlay, as described in section 5. In documents made of a synthetic substrate, they should be integrated in the card layer over as wide a surface as possible.
- In documents made of paper, they should be integrated over as wide a surface as possible as an element of the hot-sealed or an equivalent laminate (as thin as possible) or applied as a security overlay, as described in section 5.