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Range of lightweight boards to be doubled from November 2007
The demand for lightweight solutions from fabricators and the trade has far exceeded EGGER's expectations, and so EGGER is expanding the range of Eurolight lightweight boards it holds in stock from the beginning of November 2007.
The demand for lightweight solutions from fabricators and the trade has far exceeded EGGER's expectations, and so EGGER is expanding the range of Eurolight lightweight boards it holds in stock from the beginning of November 2007. The range of Eurolight decors is thus being doubled to 20 high-quality decors from the latest ZOOM collection, with board thicknesses of both 38 mm and 50 mm. We are concentrating on distinguished, contemporary designs for the discerning furniture and interior design fields. These range from the dark Walnut and Cherry decors, through Wenge, Plum and Acacia to the classical Highland Oak. However, this extension of range applies not only to the woodgrain decors, but the range now also includes the F275 Concrete stone decor and U156 Sand Beige Uni decor.
10 new EUROLIGHT® Decors:
U156 ST15 F275 ST9 H1424 ST22 H1277 ST9 H1615 ST9
H3738 ST9 H3734 ST9 H3129 ST9 H1555 ST15 H3363 ST9
In accordance with the proven decor combinations, EGGER can also supply matching ABS Security Edging for all 20 decors, the latest format being 45 x 2 mm (recommended for 38 mm thick boards). The 54 x 2 mm format (recommended for 50 mm thick boards), which has been available from the outset, also continues to be stocked.
The structure of these lightweight Eurolight boards, with an 8-mm surface layer on both sides, has already proved its worth with joiners and carpenters. The EGGER ABS security edging, which has been specially developed for use in lightweight applications, can thus be machined on conventional edge-banding machines with no additional support edge.
New information material
To give fabricators a clearer understanding of what is involved with using Eurolight on a daily basis and to better explain these products to them, EGGER has produced some new information material that should help with this: Firstly, there is a new brochure that provides a clear and detailed explanation for customers of the issues involved when working with Eurolight, such as the adjustment of the contact pressure for machine cutting and edging, or the temperature and pressure data for applying a veneer or laminate. From now on a processing check list will be included with every Eurolight package, giving a clear summary on a single page of the essential points for working with lightweight boards. EGGER has also independently produced an information film which brings to life the techniques used for working routinely with Eurolight.