Tropitone introduces new high pressure laminate table top line
January 16, 2015,
IRVINE, CA –Tropitone Furniture Company, Inc., announced the introduction of Raduno, a line of High Pressure Laminate (HPL) table tops, to the casual furniture industry. Like its Italian name suggests, Raduno HPL table tops are ideal for café, restaurant, or hotel environments, and designed to offer a new level of elegance and practicality to Tropitone tables.
Following the recent launch of Belo, Tropitone’s line of HPL fire pit tops, Raduno offers HPL tops for dining, bar, and tea tables. Inspired by Tropitone patterned aluminum table tops and bases, Raduno offers HPL tops that fit into Tropitone’s prevailing forty-four aluminum base options. Customers can upgrade existing glass, acrylic, or patterned aluminum tables by inserting a new Raduno top. No tools are required to make the switch—simply remove the old or damaged top and install Raduno.
“Color families are created by pairing the light neutrals, the brown hues, and the grey/black shades together,” said Peter Homestead, VP of design.
The color pairings are: natural cotton with white de pesco, sunstone with milano mahogany and pewter brush with ebony star. The paired coordinating finishes produce transitional styles ranging from the look of natural pearls, to warm stones, to bold metals. Bases are available in coordinating finishes.
Tropitone is confident in Raduno’s performance due to the reputation of HPL as a material. HPL is renown for durability, longevity, and simple care requirements. The combination of high pressure and heat fuses the protective UV layer, decorative pattern, and solid phenolic resin core material into a strong, undividable sheet. With a solid surface, Raduno table tops eliminate seams, grout lines, and other gaps that capture food residue or dirt. Simply wipe Raduno table tops with mild soap and warm water as needed to clean. In addition, Raduno is manufactured in North America, providing a high quality product with dependable shipment.
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