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Arclin Introduces Harvest Collection — New Decorative Overlay Designs for TFL
14 March 2016
Part One of The Harvest Collection Launches with 11 New Trend-Forward Designs
Roswell, GA – March 14, 2016 – Arclin, a Roswell, GA-based chemistry and applications company — and a leader in decorative surface overlays for thermally fused laminates, or TFL — announced today that it has introduced the first phase of a two-part rollout of its new Harvest Collection designs for TFL. The first phase of introduction, Midtown Harvest, includes 11 designs; the second phase of introduction, Global Harvest, will include 10 additional designs when it is released later in 2016.
“The Harvest Collection is just one way we’re demonstrating to the industry that we recognize the expanding versatility of TFL,” said Reed Singleton, technical sales director for Arclin. “Global influences are changing the way we think about design, and a growing awareness of application opportunities for this design-forward, cost-effective surfacing solution, together make this an exciting time to be a part of the TFL marketplace.”
From traditional woods to modern abstracts, the Harvest Collection represents a cross section of design, structure and texture ideal for a wide variety of applications and for a wide variety of industries, including healthcare, hospitality, retail, office, residential and more. The Midtown Collection includes:
- Cambridge Bronze and Cambridge Classic — Rich, hand-hewn fruitwoods
- Jackson Barn and Jackson Buff — Warm rustic oaks Papa’s Loft — Grey-toned, reclaimed wood planks
- Skyline Dawn, Skyline Dusk, and Skyline Dark — Evoking concrete or stone with a slight wood grain undertone
- Stinson Gray, Stinson Trail, and Stinson Umber — Modern lineal cherries
The portfolio introduction is part of a multifaceted effort at Arclin to invigorate and reintroduce its portfolio and support to the TFL market. The company recently added the Dunes Collection, a selection of modern lineal wood grains, along with providing additional resources, sales support and marketing aimed at growing awareness among downstream specifiers of the advantages of thermally fused laminates. A new microsite (arclinTFL.com), enewsletter (Reinventing TFL) and Facebook page provide support to the decorative panel industry.
Arclin is a leading provider of resin-based systems and surface overlays for the building, design, energy, agriculture and other industries. Headquartered in Roswell, Georgia, Arclin has offices and manufacturing facilities throughout the U.S. and Canada. Its resin systems are used for wood-based panels and engineered woods, nonwovens, and for a variety of applications for mining, oil and gas, and agriculture. Arclin is also a world leader in paper overlay technology, providing high value surfacing solutions for decorative panels, building products and industrial specialty applications in North America and for export markets. More information at www.arclin.com.
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