Last updated on July 26th, 2022 by Myla Pablo
Laminate is a special kind of material that is long-lasting, inexpensive, and very adaptable. Melamine, a substance that presses layers of sturdy paper together and hardens into a resin, is used in its construction. In turn, a thin ornamental coating can be applied to the resulting solid veneer. The appeal of laminate is that it can practically be printed with any kind of beautiful pattern. Although a wood grain design is frequently employed, there are countless more options. A layer of a transparent protective coating is added as a finishing touch.
For instance, laminated board is made of thin wood layers that are glued together; similarly, laminated fabric is made of two or more layers of fabric adhered to a plastic sheet or connected together with an adhesive.
A printed method gives the laminate the impression of having wood grain. Following that, the printed sheets are fastened to a sturdy core made of MDF (medium-density fiber). The finish of laminated objects is frequently glossy. Laminate is a manufactured good that can withstand heat and abrasion.
A laminated board is far stronger, smoother and better in terms of design and appearance as compared to plain unfinished fiber boards. It also require minimal maintenance and very easy to clean as compared to other material.
The table below shows the latest retail Mar 2022 prices of PVC Laminated Board in Philippines Peso price per pieces including sizes
Price and Standard Sizes of PVC Laminated Board per pc in the Philippines
|Gyprex – Granular||2′ x 4′ x 9 mm||230.00|
|Gyprex – Dew Drop||2′ x 4′ x 9 mm||230.00|
|Gyprex – Plain White||2′ x 4′ x 9 mm||230.00|
|Knauf – Condado||6 x 0.6 x 1.21 m||230.00|
|Knauf – Shades||6 x 0.6 x 1.21 m||230.00|
UPDATED: Construction Material Prices for Laminated Board in the Philippines (Mar 2022)
UPDATED: All Construction Prices are based on retail prices around hardware in Metro Manila
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