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New Egger PerfectSense Feelwood Lacquered Boards in stock


We have added to our extensive stock 4 designs from the PerfectSense Feelwood range in 2800 x 2070 x 19 mm format.

  • Roble Garona marrón oscuro H1186 acabado TM37/ST37
  • Castaño gris H1760 acabado TM28/ST28
  • Roble Halifax castaño H3180 acabadoTM37/ST37
  • Roble Cuneo blanqueado H3311 acabadoTM28/ST28

PerfectSense Feelwood lacquered boards combine the properties of two high-quality products in a single sustainable particle board: the matte, velvety, anti-fingerprint surface of PerfectSense Matt lacquered boards and Feelwood synchronized pore textures. PerfectSense Feelwood offers an economical alternative to natural veneers with better resistance to transformation. The PerfectSense Feelwood range is available in Feelwood Nature Matt (TM28) or Feelwood Rift Matt (TM37).

They are manufactured from melamine boards on a chipboard base, with reduced formaldehyde emission and a finish that is synchronized with the design before going through a lacquering line, and these are manufactured as standard with the lacquered finish at a expensive.

Its vertical use can be for: an exclusive interior design, kitchen fronts, bathroom furniture, living room furniture, bedroom furniture, wall coverings, etc...

The properties are many and varied: It is anti-fingerprint which makes the product particularly advantageous on dark designs, it is easy to clean, resistant to common stains, resistant to various cleaning agents, heat resistant, moisture resistant, and very importantly, it has the antibacterial surface property according to ISO 22196 (= JIS Z 2801).

These are products with award-winning innovation. With this innovation, EGGER takes the natural look and feel of wood-based products to another level, as evidenced by two awards received: PerfectSense Feelwood lacquered boards have won the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2021, as well as the German Award for Innovation 2021.

Watch the PerfectSense Feelwood video here