The core of the melamine table top consists of a certified, pollutant-free particle board, which forms the basic framework of the melamine table top. It is pressed on both sides with layers of paper soaked in melamine resin. This process makes the board resistant to all kinds of external influences, as they occur in daily use. Sweaty hands, spilled drinks, as well as heavier, technical equipment, can't harm the dense melamine resin coating so quickly.
But what would a table top be without a matching edge? After the melamine coating has dried and cured in the desired color, real wood or ABS plastic edge veneer is applied. After several years of experience in the use of melamine table tops, polyurethane (PU) glue has proven to be the most suitable adhesive for board and edge veneer. It ensures a permanent connection that does not dissolve, even when heated or exposed to sunlight. The edging is, therefore, free to protect the table and at the same time, its visual appearance.