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PVC Edge banding

Frama-Tech stocks thousands of pvc edge banding colors to match virtually all laminates, melamines, and thermal products

We specialize in textures and finishes; including gloss natural grains, mattes, casual rustic, timberlines, woodgrains, linearity, artisan, super mattes, soft grain, pearl essence, and many more.

Our warehouses are full of pvc edgebanding products to match Formica, WilsonArt, Nevamar, Panolam, Pionite, Arborite, Abet Laminati, Funder, Treefrog, Lab Designs, Laminart, Octolam, Stevens, Uniboard, Arauco Prism, Tafisa, Arpa, Interior Arts, and many more.

Frama-Tech offers custom production of pvc edge banding to meet all of your edge banding requirements with the fastest turnaround time in the industry. Of course, we never have minimum requirements for pvc edge banding!

Frama-Tech stocks more edge banding than any other distributor or manufacturer in the United States.

We stock the following types of pvc edge banding:

We also stock pvc edge banding in a large variety of sizes. We also custom glue and slit pvc edge banding to meet your exact specifications.

Thicknesses of 1/2mm pvc edge banding, 1mm pvc edge banding, 1.5mm pvc edge banding, 2mm pvc edge banding, 3mm pvc edge banding are available at 1/2" wide, up to 6" Master Rolls.

What is Edge Banding ?

Edge banding is a process in woodworking where a strip of material is applied to the edges of a piece of furniture, such as a cabinet or table, to give it a finished look and protect the edges from damage. The strip is typically made of plastic, veneer, or solid wood and is attached using glue or a heat-activated adhesive.

What is PVC Edge Banding Used For ?

PVC Edge banding is used in woodworking to finish and protect the edges of furniture pieces such as cabinets, desks, tables, and bookshelves. The main purposes of pvc edge banding are:

  • Aesthetics: PVC Edge banding provides a finished, uniform look to the furniture piece, hiding rough or raw edges and enhancing its overall appearance.
  • Durability: PVC Edge banding protects the edges from damage, such as chipping, splitting, or warping, prolonging the life of the furniture.
  • Surface protection: PVC Edge banding prevents moisture, dirt, and debris from penetrating and damaging the edge of the furniture, maintaining its clean and hygienic surface.
  • Concealment: PVC Edge banding can be used to conceal different types of edges, such as the end grain of plywood or MDF, which can be unsightly or difficult to finish.

What is the best thickness for edge banding?

The size of pvc edge banding you should use depends on the thickness of the edge to be covered. PVC Edge banding is typically available in thicknesses ranging from 0.5mm to 3mm. The most common thicknesses are 1mm and 1.5mm pvc edge banding .

Here are some general guidelines:

  • For edges with a thickness of less than 12mm, use a 1mm pvc edge banding.
  • For edges with a thickness of 12-18mm, use a 1.5mm pvc edge banding.
  • For edges with a thickness of more than 18mm, use a thicker edge banding, such as 2mm pvc edge banding or 3mm edge banding, to ensure adequate coverage and a seamless finish.

It's important to measure the exact thickness of the edge before purchasing pvc edge banding to ensure a proper fit. Keep in mind that some pvc edge banding is designed to be folded and bonded to both sides of the edge for added strength and stability.

How to Apply Edge Banding ?

Here are the steps to apply pvc edge banding:

  1. Cut the pvc edge banding to size, leaving a slight overhang on both ends.
  2. Clean the edge of the furniture piece to remove any dirt or debris.
  3. Apply glue or heat-activated adhesive to the edge of the furniture piece.
  4. Place the PVC edge banding on the edge, aligning the overhanging ends and ensuring that the strip is straight.
  5. Use a trimming tool to cut off the overhanging ends of the pvc edge banding.
  6. Use a belt sander or edge-banding trimmer to smooth and trim the pvc edge banding, removing any excess glue and ensuring a seamless, flush finish.
  7. Sand the pvc edgebanding with fine-grit sandpaper to remove any visible glue lines or rough spots.

Note: PVC Edge banding can also be applied using a specialized edge banding machine, which trims and finishes the pvc edge banding in one step.