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Keep It Clean With Anti-Fingerprint Compact Laminates

Say goodbye to fingerprints, water marking and stains on cabinets, furniture, tables, toilet partitions and wall cladding with the AFX Compact Laminate. Using state-of-the-art electron beam curing, the surface of the AFX is ensured to be non-porous for its lifetime, creating a product that rejects water, light reflection and fingerprints.

AFX compact laminate provides peace of mind with the incorporated fire rating, and its anti-microbial and anti-fungal properties. The AFX can also be used for food preparation and dining or cafe tables. It is tested and approved by NSF International as suitable for use with food. It's ideal for areas that require hygiene in both residential and commercial buildings, including kitchens, toilets, showers, laundries, as well as and healthcare facilities, changing rooms, and reception areas.

Suitable for vertical and horizontal surfaces, AFX Compact Laminate is available in thickness from 3mm through to 20mm. AFX is manufactured in black, grey and white with two core options — black or white.

AFX compact benefits:

• Group 1-S fire rating to NZBC Clause 3
• Anti-fingerprint marking
• Mould and scratch resistance
• Food contact suitable — NSF International compliant
• Water repellent
• Easy to clean
• Anti-microbial 
• Anti-fungal

For a sample please contact Hale Manufacturing.

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