Edgebanding

When open-edged chipboard and MDF need finishing off, especially door fronts, worktops, carcasses, shelves and wall unit systems – Doellken edgebanding from SURTECO comes into play.

The Edge-it stock program includes a range of over 300 edgeband decors to compliment all MDF board ranges and sizes available in our market. Working with production facilities in Europe, Asia and Australia, we maintain the largest stock range in New Zealand.

They are used in all areas of daily life, in the office, shop, kitchen, bathroom and living areas. We offer a comprehensive range of edgebanding to suit customer requirements in PVC, ABS, PMMA & melamine.

Additionally we support individual customers developing new products. Often special projects require something different like a unique colour match, or size, as well as special finishes such as Hi-Gloss or structured surfaces. With the support of SURTECO design and production facilities, Edge-it can offer you something completely different to set your business and products apart from the rest.

Print Version
Solid Colour (SF), Surface Print (DC), Through-Grained (DM)
Material
PVC, ABS, PP, PMMA, Melamine
Finish
Almost unlimited choice of colours and decorative finishes, +25,000 different effects
Gloss Level
6 Levels, Super Matte to Premium Gloss
Embossing
Textures for different board finishes. Light to heavy stipple finishes, wood & ripple designs
Dimensions
+250 different sizes

Minimised Glueline & Cleanup with Doellken Edgebanding

Doellken edgebanding from SURTECO is extruded with a slightly concave profile. This is very different from calendared material that is cut or slit down from wider master rolls. Calendared edgebanding is generally cheaper to produce but totally flat in profile, resulting in a more visible glueline beneath the edging. Also solvents used in cleaning, painting and lacquering over the life of the end-product will attack the adhesive, weakening the bonded edge over time.

Additionally the concave profile is designed to force liquefied hotmelt inwards rather than outwards when pressure is applied filling in any potential voids. With correct application, this creates a tight, seamless look where the edgebanding meets the board resulting in a stronger and more resilient bond. It also has the potential to eliminate cleanup afterwards resulting in productivity gains