Laminate Products FAQ & Glossary

Find answers to your questions.

Product Information

How can I find out more info about a specific product?

If you’re looking for a specific product, type out the product name or the IDH number into a search field on our site to learn more about it.

Why can't I find this specific product?

If you’re looking for a specific product and don’t find what you need, we may still be able to accommodate your request. Give us a call to check our availability.

How do I get a technical data sheet (TDS) or safety data sheet (SDS) for a product?

You can find all of our resources for specific products by using the search function on our website. Additionally, you can give us a call to request an electronic copy.

How can I purchase a Lamart product?

You can either purchase directly from us online or give our team a call to finalize a purchase.

I’m not sure how much adhesive my project requires. How do I know?

Use our calculator tool to get an estimate of how much adhesive, tape, or other flexible laminate you may need.

Purchasing a Product

Tape manufacturing equipment

Learning More About Lamart

Who are you accredited by and where can I find that list?

We are a family business with over 50 years of experience that has worked with trusted brands like Boeing and NASA. You can see our full list of accreditation here.

Where can I learn more about the flexible laminate industry?

We have built a collection of blog content that explains how our products can be helpful and what solutions could be beneficial for your industry - explore our options here.

Where can I learn more about Lamart’s events and company news?

Be sure to follow us on LinkedIn for the latest company news and updates.

Laminate Products Glossary

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There are currently 2 definitions in this directory beginning with the letter L.
Latex and Natural Rubber
Our products do not contain latex or natural rubber - but these do sometimes appear in raw materials at indetectable amounts.
Low VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds)
Low VOC means volatile organic compounds that are not harmful to the environment and humans such as paints and other products that have a very low or zero VOC.. Low VOCs are good for both the environment and living organisms so here at Lamart we ensure that our products are Low VOC.

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