FANTONI: RESEARCHES SURFACE TEXTURES AT INTERZUM, HALL 10.2 BOOTH C01
timber/forests/panels

19 May 2019

FANTONI: RESEARCHES SURFACE TEXTURES AT INTERZUM, HALL 10.2 BOOTH C01

The Fantoni Research Centre works to ensure the utmost integration between the different divisions, and to consistently provide innovative solutions that meet the needs of its demanding and competent clientele. The collection presented by Fantoni at the forthcoming Interzum is expanding to include new decorations, innovative finishes and solutions provided by Lacon, the company specializing in melamine papers and laminates.

Hence surfaces become the object of research for panels, and consequently for Fantoni furnishings and sound-absorbing systems: physical and optical sensations evoked by the naturally expressive materials and elegantly studied textures and colours; surfaces that become part of a visual and tactile language, a selection of papers, finishes and colours that draw their inspiration from nature and fashion, to design original, evocative and welcoming spaces.
Impronte 2019 In particular is the new collection of finishes for CPL laminates and facing sheets between 10 and 40 mm thick, produced using innovative technology that adds a further dimension to surfaces. This system offers a flexibility far superior to that of traditional press plates, and overturns the conventional concept of surface finishes. Fingerfree Is a super-matt laminate finish produced using cutting-edge technology to give a totally fingerprint-proof result, setting a new standard in quality. The laminate, with a thickness ranging from 0.15 to 1 mm, can be supplied with anti-bacterial technology, and is therefore particularly suitable for kitchen and bathroom spaces, where greater attention is paid to the quality of surfaces. Interzum is also the perfect occasion to officially announce an important production choice on Fantoni's part: from now on, all MDF production will be CARB p2 compliant. These regulations, greatly prized by the California government, foresee a 40% reduction of formaldehyde emissions (calculated in ppm - parts per million); they are increasingly being applied in Europe too, and furniture producers who trade with the USA need to be compliance-ready.
The decision made by the Group from Friuli will ensure that all its clients can supply any international market and take part in public tenders and to comply with CAM (minimum environmental criteria).

For more information contact Mrs Rosita Venturini, Communication & Media Relations Manager:
Fantoni Spa
Via Europa Unita 1
I-33010 Osoppo / Udine / Italy
Tel. +39 0432 976282
E-mail: r.venturini@fantoni.it

http://www.fantoni.it