Strong partnership: profine is switching its colour range to Renolit Exofol PX laminates

The new decorative laminate generation excels by the further development of the material properties compared to the standard.
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In cooperation with Renolit SE, profine Group with its brands KBE, Kömmerling and Trocal is the first international systems provider to introduce the innovative Renolit Exofol PX laminate.

The new decorative laminate generation excels by the further development of the material properties compared to the standard.

Among other things, new and improved raw materials as well as numerous patented technical innovations contribute to enhanced product performance.

The special structure of the Renolit Exofol PX laminate gives the PVC-U window profile a particularly long-lasting protection. The result of the multiple innovation are improved UV protection and, as a consequence, even better resistance to weathering.

The end customer benefits in particular from the improved colour fastness and the proven easy-care, very durable surface.

"A high-quality decor laminate range is one of the pillars of our colour strategy. With the new Renolit Exofol PX laminates from our long-term partner, we offer our customers a future-oriented and patented product with a real added value", explains Dr Peter Mrosik, owner and CEO of profine.

Since March 2017, profine Group has been successively converting the Renolit Exofol MX to the Renolit Exofol PX laminate program of the international leading manufacturer. Since the laminates do not differ optically, the two types can be processed with one another without any problem.

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