Zelection Kitchen

Frameless kitchen cabinets

TFL (Thermally Fused Laminate)

TFL echnology is a high-temperature heat-press process used in the manufacturing of decorative surface materials for furniture, cabinets, and flooring.

This process involves bonding thin thermoplastic decorative paper to a substrate like High-Density Fiberboard (HDF) or Medium-Density Fiberboard (MDF), then tightly pressing them together at high temperatures and pressures. It creates a durable, wear-resistant, smooth, and waterproof surface that can mimic woodgrains, stone, and other decorative effects.

TFL technology also has environmentally friendly aspects as it typically uses low-VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) adhesives and materials that are recyclable


Thermally Fused Laminate

·Design Versatility:

TFL allows for a wide range of design possibilities, including woodgrain, stone, and abstract patterns, catering to diverse aesthetics.


TFL cabinet doors are exceptionally durable, resistant to wear, scratches, and impact damage, ensuring a long- lasting finish.


The TFL process results in uniform and consistent surfaces, eliminating imperfections and irregularities.

·Moisture Resistance:

TFL doors are inherently moisture-resistant, making them suitable for kitchen and bathroom applications.


Utilizing low-VOC adhesives and sustainable substrates, TFL is an environmentally responsible choice.


TFL minimizes wood waste in its production, contributing to forest conservation and sustainability efforts.