ABS Edge Banding
Ecologically sound and high-quality, ABS Edge Banding is a great choice. Impact-resistant, mechanically and thermally resilient, it’s a thermos plastic that offers great flexibility in its uses. In addition, ABS also offers fantastic disposal characteristics. There is no need for the time-consuming sorting or separation of edge bands from old boards before disposing of both items. Instead, they can safely be incinerated together in authorised plants in a process that doesn’t produce any chlorine compound.
If that’s not enough to convince you, ABS is also an extremely flexible material. Your edging will be highly malleable, suitable for straight panel processing as well as internal and external radii, offering almost unlimited application ability.
The ability to affix ABS edge banding to a variety of shapes and materials, and safely dispose of it without environmental impact make it ideal for a range of applications. It can be used in kitchen and bathrooms, cubicles, and both office and bedroom furniture. ABS edging is also widely used in shop fitting, exhibitions and displays, and cubicle manufacture, as well as compound doors, washroom cubicles, and even coffin construction.
Cadre Components offer ABS banding as part of both our standard stock range and special production facilities, with a varied range of colours, textures, thicknesses and widths available to suit the needs of any project.
All the benefits of high-quality edge banding without the inconvenience and negative ecological effects when it comes to disposal.
Virtually unlimited applications can be achieved with ABS banding thanks to its extreme flexibility, making it suitable for straight panels and both internal and external radii.
Suitable for a broad range of boards, projects and items, from kitchen and bathroom furniture to washroom cubicles, composite doors and coffin manufacturing.
ABS edging is available in a an incredibly wide range of colours, widths, and thicknesses, and can be cut to whatever size you require, to match whatever materials you’re working with.