Office Furnishing

Multifunctional materials for office furnishings

Due to changes in our society, partly brought about by the digital revolution, offices and workplaces are constantly being adapted to the latest standard. In the manufacture of the furniture, as well as in the physical furnishing and decoration of the offices, the use of plastics has become common.

Acrylic Acrylic

Acrylic

Unique features

  • Wide range of colours, sizes and thicknesses
  • Higher light transmission than glass
  • Unbeatably bright

About acrylic for office furnishings

The layout of offices and other business spaces influences the way employees work. It is nice when all materials are connect to each other in order to create a pleasant workplace.

Here too, acrylic offers numerous possibilities due to the wide stock range of colours and types. This allows plastic to be returned to the workplace in a wonderful way. Moreover, acrylic has a higher light transmission than glass, so that beautiful spaces can also be created in combination with light.

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Dual-satin Dual-satin

Dual-satin

Unique features

  • Soft diffused light output
  • No 'greasy' fingerprints
  • Multifunctional uses

About dual-satin for office interiors

Dual-satin is a special sheet that combines acrylic with the appearance of frosted glass. A beautiful material that can be used in office spaces, for example for partitions, shelves, cabinets, etc. Dual-satin has a satin-finished layer on both sides, making it almost completely resistant to grease stains. In addition, it prevents unwanted light reflections. Vink Plastics has different colours in its range. In addition, 'custom colours' are also available on request. 

SCM - Steel Composite Material SCM - Steel Composite Material

Steel composite material - SCM

Unique features

  • Stiff and strong material
  • Ferromagnetic surface
  • High surface stiffness
  • Provided with protective film on both sides

About steel composite for office interiors

A material that can actually be found in every office is steel composite, a solid sheet with a polyethylene core with a top layer of steel on both sides. This top layer is provided with a polyester lacquer layer and PE protective film. It is very versatile. However, the difference is in the ferromagnetic properties of Steel. These make it possible to stick with magnetic foil or magnetic paper. This allows messages and expressions to be easily exchanged. The sheet can also be provided with a whiteboard layer.