Our laminate benchtops are manufactured to the highest standard, from the traditional bull nose, to the exciting and visually pleasing, tight radius edges.
The most common types of benchtop edges are square edges. With the square edge, the entire benchtop is squared with everything meeting at right angles.
Tops are available from 12mm – 100mm thick including fascia vanities and splash backs with a large range of profiles to suit the different thicknesses.
Procoat Kitchens will precisely detail and install your benchtops to match your exact requirements each and every time.
A wide range of finishes are available from the Wilson Art and the Laminex ranges. The attached brochures are from the Wilson Art range.
Concept Standard Range
What Is Postforming?
It’s a question many people ask and the answer isn’t too complicated. Essentially postforming is the process of making flat sheets of laminate fold smoothly over the rounded edge of a sub-strata. It’s just one in a series of techniques used to produce a benchtop.