Everything from affordable wood imitations to high end chemical resistant laboratory worktops.
With a large selection of board types, from laboratory worktops made out of Trespa to office desktops made from laminated birch plywood, you’ll be sure to find something that suits your site and budget.
So whether it’s an awkward-shaped kitchen island worktop, a unique installation or a simple hospital staff room worktop and cupboard doors, Bristol Panel Formers has got you covered. We can manufacture made-to-order worktops in a variety of sizes, thicknesses, shapes, and finishes.
3000mm, before a joint is added
Solid Grade Laminate (12mm SGL):
SGL is our most robust material, being impervious to water and able to be used in very high-traffic areas.
High-Pressure Laminate (20mm HPL):
Moisture-resistant chipboard or MDF faced in high-pressure laminate. The boards can withstand medium to high use in dry areas. The laminate is heat, scratch and impact-resistant.
Melamine-Faced Chipboard (MFC):
Manufactured from 18mm thick chipboard faced in melamine, this material is best suited to low-use environments with a low risk of vandalism.
Coming in a variety of thicknesses, Birch Ply is made up of lots of layers of thin veneers, glued together at right angles and characterised by strength and stiffness, making it a great choice for demanding environments. Often being used to make cabinets, shelves and wardrobes.
Coming in several ranges, such as Toplab Base®, which is widely used for laboratory bench surfacing, as well as laboratory furniture components where impact resistance is of great importance. The TopLab Plus® range has excellent resistance to most aggressive chemicals and cleaning agents so is used in cleanrooms, laboratories, and other high-demanding environments.
SGL – polished and radiused on all edges leaving a smooth black edge.
HPL – lipped in colour-matching ABS edging.
Trespa – polished and radiused on all edges leaving a smooth black edge.