TEMPLE, Texas - Wilsonart announced 15 new engineered wood panel surfacing solutions, in its Solicor and Solicor Compact Laminate Collection. These color-through designs eliminate the troublesome “brown line,” creating a crisp, clean look all the way to the edge, and offer a durable solution for high-impact environments.
New décors and three new core color offerings in popular neutrals, Brown, Grey and Almond, create a more robust product offering. These combinations allow for greater design versatility when it comes to durable, seamless surfacing solutions, in a range of color-through décors from industrial plywood, linear woodgrains to fine velvet textured linens and stones suited for any space with fashion and function.  
“These Solicor additions fill a void in the marketplace,” said Garret Quarles, Wilsonart specialty products manager. “Designers want the freedom to use a durable and sustainable material like laminate without sacrificing on style.
Solicor Laminate is ideally suited for desks and countertops, backsplashes, cabinetry, cabinet doors and retail merchandising displays, and is available in 0.048” +/- 0.005” thickness.
In addition, Solicor is available as Compact Laminate and can be used without a substrate for countertops, furniture, fixtures, partitions, lockers and wall panels. Solicor Compact Laminate is available in any Solicor solid color or décor, featured in a matte finish, available in  ⅜”, ½”, ¾”  and 1” thickness.   

Wilsonart, a world leading engineered surfaces company, is driven by a mission to create surfaces people love, with service you can count on, delivered by people who care. The company manufactures and distributes High-Pressure Laminate, Quartz, Solid Surface, Coordinated TFL and Edgebanding and other engineered surface options for use in furniture, office and retail space, countertops, worktops and other applications. Operating under the Wilsonart, Resopal, Polyrey, Arborite, Laminart, Bushboard, Ralph Wilson and Durcon brands, the company continuously redefines decorative surfaces through improved performance and aesthetics.

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