laminate


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laminate

a material made by bonding together two or more sheets

laminate

[′lam·ə‚nāt]
(materials)
A sheet of material made of several different bonded layers.

laminate

1. A product made by bonding together two or more layers of material, e.g., plywood, laminated wood, etc.
2. To unite layers of material with an adhesive.
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DECORATIVE LAMINATES DEMAND (million square feet) % Annual Growth Item 2005 2010 2015 2005- 2010- 2010 2015 Decorative Laminates Demand 13430 9510 12400 -6.
A plastic laminate floor can't be sanded or refinished at all, so you have to replace the floor if it gets damaged or shows wear.
The cost of Laminate flooring has declined over the Last 10 years, Baumgartner says.
According to the number of cycles of wear resistance connected to the types of laminates with different layer structures, the most resistant laminate type was the laminate with a barrier and an aluminum oxide overlay (L5) (12,433 cycles).
Europe is by far, the largest market for laminate flooring worldwide, estimated at 617 million square meters in 2007.
Comparing the results of tests conducted under uniaxial (Mode III) and biaxial (Mode II) loading, one can observe little effect of the second component of the state of stress on the laminate strength (Fig.
Laminate countertops can now be finished with beveled, ogee, and double ogee edges, as well as edges that mimic a rough-cut stone slab.
Considering that a ```mahogany wood'' laminate can cost around $10 per square foot, while a real mahogany floor can be $65 per square foot or more, its easy to see why the simulated wood is selling so well in the marketplace.
Teradyne Laminates is part of Teradyne's Connection Systems Division.
A DOVIDpatch authenticates the page, but the laminate prevents these attacks by denying access to the printed information, or revealing the tamper attempt Where this laminate also comprises the DOVID then the laminate itself is protected and cannot be substituted.
Glueless laminates hit the floor; pulling the glue out from under traditional laminate flooring.