It’s a little confusing…
When choosing your cubicle’s material, it is important to know what to pick that will suit the style and budget you have, and it must also perform effectively. Whilst there is so much choice in colours and design, the material options also have great features and benefits.
At Cubicle Centre we are here to help you understand, which toilet cubicle you require and what material will work best for your washroom requirements.
Contact our team of washroom experts for a chat: 01924 457600 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Melamine Faced Chipboard (MFC)
Melamine Faced Chipboard incorporates two decorative melamine surfaces bonded to both sides of high density chipboard under high pressure and temperature.
All visible MFC panels have impact resistant, PVC edging applied.
MFC is a cost effective, hygienic and lightweight solution for all non-wet toilet areas.
Compact Grade Laminate (CGL)
Constructed from multiple layers of high quality kraft paper, reinforced by thermosetting resins under high pressure and temperature. This produces tough, high density, totally waterproof and hygienic panels that have a high level of strength.
All visible CGL panel edges are machined to a smooth round profile.
CGL is the ideal choice for washroom and changing room areas that have very high traffic, robust and wet conditions.
Compact Density Fibreboard (CDF)
CDF is a robust high density, black coloured wood fibreboard. Stability, scratch resistance and splash water resistance are among the characteristics of this sophisticated natural wood composite.
All visible CDF panel edges are machined to a smooth round profile.
CDF is an excellent choice when additional durability is required.
High Pressure Laminate (HPL)
Constructed from layers of high quality kraft paper, reinforced by thermosetting resins under high pressure and temperature with one decorative surface. The result is a hygienic 0.8mm thick flexible sheet material.
HPL is bonded onto a high density coreboard to produce a strong finished panel. Panels can be post-formed to create a seamless, curved edge detail.
HPL is suitable for use in areas of high traffic and reasonably robust conditions.