The two new profiles are right on trend and answer a growing demand for these types of styles.
The new Prague profile will add real wow factor for both kitchen and bathroom cabinetry with its deep fluted design. The textural interest of a 3D door or drawer can be used to create a central focal point for the room.
The second profile introduced to the range is Berlin, a more refined version of the ever-popular Ronda profile, but now with a thin 20mm frame creating a clean and modern look.
Thermoforming is a process where a tough vinyl film is wrapped around the face and edges of cabinetry doors, drawers and end panels — then bonded under heat and vacuum pressure in a thermoform press. This provides a seamless, hard-wearing and moisture-resistant finish with no edge tape required. Thermoform doors are made with melamine on the back of the panel.
NZPG's thermoform colour range is sourced from the top global suppliers, chosen for both colour and quality. With more than 40 colours able to be thermoformed, the creative possibilities are immense. Last year the colour offer was increased and an array of new colours added ranging from dark greys through to pastels and off-whites.
With the addition of two new profiles to the Dezignatek range, both the Specification Manual for joiners and the smaller A5 Profile Catalogue have been updated. Copies are now available for order online here.