MANCHESTER, NH — Keller Products, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of HPL to their line of plywood cylinders. “This new offering provides a solution for those customers looking for a “finished product” ready to use right out of the box” says James Decknick, vice president sales and marketing. They are available using Wilson Art Laminates initially. Other laminates are available on a custom basis and minimum order requirements may apply.
“The application of durable HPL in our “in mold” production eliminates the need to post wrap the laminate providing for a more durable bond, incredible adhesion, and no voids or bubbles. Keller Products’ completed product is far superior over wrapped paper products in the marketplace in strength and durability” says James Decknick.
Keller’s new line of HPL cylinders is available to OEM manufacturers of office furniture, point of purchase display, and other custom manufacturers. Keller’s cylinders are made in the USA from 100% domestic materials.
About Keller Products, Inc.:
Keller Products is a family owned company founded in 1945 byRobert R. Keller, who remains the company's chairman emeritus. Initially producing durable wood cylinders for the U.S. military, Keller began producing wooden shapes for the furniture industry. In the 1950’s the company's craftsmen discovered the musical properties of the shells and, using premium-grade wood, began applying new technologies and processes invented by Keller Products to produce smaller shells for the music industry. Keller became the premier producer of wooden musical drum shells in the USA. Today, Keller Products is made up of three divisions: Keller Wood Products - manufacturer of furniture grade wooden shapes; KellerShells - a worldwide manufacturing leader in quality musical drum shells; andKeller Plastics - a custom plastic extrusion house dedicated to providing extruded “green” plastic products. Manufacturing facilities for Keller’s two wood divisions have been located in Manchester, NH for over 60 years. Keller Plastics operates out of a 50,000-square-foot extrusion plant in Bow, N.H.
Source: Keller Products, Inc.
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