Linoleum

Linoleum is a natural material with a pleasant warm haptic and durability

Furniture Linoleum from FORBO consists of regrowing raw materials such as linseed oil, resin, wood and limestone colour flour and nature-identical pigments. Moreover linoleum is environmentally friendly and biodegradable.

These ingredients provide a non-shiny, pleasantly warm and elastic surface. FORBO Furniture Linoleum from the product line Desktop is offered in 24 basic as well as modern colours. Products using Furniture Linoleum won several awards in recent years, i. a. with the Red Dot Design Award and the Interzum Award.

Linoleum is made out of natural raw materials
Linoleum is made out of natural raw materials
Quality control
Quality control
Linoleum cuttings
Linoleum cuttings

Another component of the table tops is the edge. You can choose between real wood edges and ABS plastic-coated edges in linoleum colours.

Real wood edges are: Maple / Larch / Oak / Walnut / Beech / Multiplex / Wenge / Zebrawood /Fumed oak / Cherrywood

The panel core is made of solid fir laminboard, with a poplar veneer coated with a very thin cover layer of MDF, providing excellent bearing capacity and stability flexural even in very large formats. The five-layer board core is produced from local woods by a Bavarian manufacturer exclusively for our table tops, and they are PEFC and FSC certified. For our reasonable Basic table tops we use a specific and stable E1 “Superpan” particle board, which is also PEFC and FSC certified.

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Plate structure of a Faust Linoleum table top
Plate structure of a Faust Linoleum table top
Oak, Beech, ABS
Oak, Beech, ABS
ABS and Oak edge
ABS and Oak edge
Linoleum, Tabletops, Tables, Table Frames, Shelving System, Seating Systems, Office & Home, Accessories
4176 Mushroom with Multiplex edging
4176 Mushroom with Multiplex edging
Valchromat sheet core with 4166 Charcoal
Valchromat sheet core with 4166 Charcoal

More about linoleum
The name is made up of the Latin “Linum Usitatissimum” flax and “Oleum” for oil. Linoleum is very resistant to oils, fats and tar. Linoleum is antistatic and even slightly fungicidal and bacteriostatic to various microorganisms. Linoleum is heavy to normally flammable and typically meets Class C-fl in the European fire classification system, putting it among a class of other resilient coverings. Linoleum is not very puncture resistant and is not suitable for use in damp rooms. In addition, linoleum is very sensitive to alkalis and is chemically degraded by them.