Multiform
General Postformed Panels

Our Multiform range of postformed panels are available in a wide range of materials; each of which are ideal for a variety of environments. These panels utilise traditional postfoming techniques. The standard profiles which we offer are used widely in all areas of interior fit out. We can accommodate sink cut outs for either a semi recessed or inset sink in with any of our Multiform compositions.



Applications

Our Multiform range of postformed panels can be used in a multitude of interior fit our environments including:

  • Profiled tabletops
  • Vanity worktops
  • Pharmaceutical worktops and window sills
  • HTM63 grade worktops for healthcare environments
  • Laboratory worktops
  • Postformed wall panels
  • Postformed duct panels
  • Leisure facility worktops


Material Overview

HPL can be used to achieve both internal and external radiuses from the multitude of design and surface finishes available. HPL is used as a decorative face for both our Traditional and Durable postformed panels.

Solid Surface is a through colour material that can be moulded and formed into most shapes. Although one of our more expensive options, solid surface can be reworked over time back to its original state without needing to be replaced, which in some instances can result in a more economical option over a longer period.

The properties below are applicable to relevant British and European standards for each material type.


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HPL

  • Scratch resistant
  • Impact resistant
  • Abrasion resistant
  • Heat resistant
  • Crack resistant
  • Ease of maintenance
  • Hygienic surface
  • Colour fastness in artificial light
  • Resistant to cigarette burns
  • resistant to cleaning products
  • Resistant to most chemicals
  • Digitally printed surface

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Solid Surface

  • Durable
  • Versatile
  • Non Porous
  • Through colour
  • Inconspicuous joints
  • Repairable surface
  • Integral under mount sink
  • Ease of maintenance
  • Hygienic surface
  • Colour fastness in artificial light
  • Resistant to cleaning products
  • Resistant to most chemicals.

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Thermoplastic

  • Impact resistant
  • Fire retardant
  • Resistant to cleaning products
  • Resistant to most chemicals
  • Wide variety of texture
  • Wide variety of décors
  • Extremely rigid
  • Easily formed
  • Scratch resistant


Compositions

Multiform postformed panels can be constructed using multiple methods. Ensuring we cater for all project budgets, we have organised our vanity offer into three simple types which are explained below.


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Traditional

Our Traditional Multiform panel is comprised using a moisture resistant MDF or chipboard core and finished with a HPL or thermoplastic decorative face. We recommend our traditional panel composition for:

  • light traffic
  • dry applications only

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Durable

Our Durable Multiform panel is comprised by using sections of SGL / CDF core pieces that are finished with a HPL or thermoplastic decorative face. We recommend the durable panel composition for:

  • medium traffic
  • dry applications only

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Ultimate

Our Ultimate Multiform panel is fabricated from solid surface.For vanity units in this style we are able to offer integral sinks, upstands and downstands (where required). We recommend our ultimate panel composition for:

  • high traffic
  • wet, dry or humid applications


Profiles

below are all our standard Multiform worktop profiles which cover a wide range of applications within all areas of the marketplace. As bespoke fabricators, we are also able to meet more unique one off challenges that still require a postformed panel solution. In these cases please get in touch and speak to one of our sales estimators to discuss your specific requirements.

Due to material and manufacturing tolerances we are not able to guarantee matching profiles for applications over the maximum single length ( 3000mm for HPL, 3660mm for solid surface). Please state at the time of ordering if any sections are to be jointed.