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Formica Corporation was founded in 1913 by two researchers who discovered a better way to replace an existing product. Herbert A. Faber and Daniel J. O’Conor found that by using high pressure and plastic resins, high quality insulation materials for the booming electrical industry could be readily manufactured. Up until that point, other manufacturers were making he same products out of the minerals mica. Thus, Faber and O’Conor coined their products “Formica®”.

The global leader in decorative surfaces.

Formica Corporation is the world’s first manufacturer in High Pressure Laminate (HPL) and an established global leader in decorative surfaces such as solid surfacing, flooring and other decorative surfacing products. With more than 90 years of excellence in product innovation and design, Formica Corporation have been setting the global benchmark for laminates ever since. Not surprisingly, we are the world’s trusted partner for decorative surfaces that are highly durable, versatile and aesthetically beautiful.

Globally certified for all Formica® Laminates.

Our laminates are manufactured in strict accordance with the ISO 9001, ISO 9002 and ISO 14001 criteria and meet or exceed the performance requirements of ANSI/NEMA (National Electrical Manufactures Association) Standards, LD3-2000, European National Standards BS EN 438:1995 and International Standard ISO 4586-2 for high pressure decorative laminates.As the first and original manufacturer of High Pressure Laminate (HPL), we work closely and constantly with the world leading designers, manufactures and forecasting bodies to develop newer and technologically superior products to ever-changing needs and sophisticated design trends.

The GREENGUARD Certification ProgramSM is an industry- independent,third-party testing program for low emitting interior building materials, furnishings, and finish systems.

As the worldwide demand for healthy, sustainable products and buildings continues to expand, consumers, designers and building industry professionals seek legitimate standards for evaluating product sustainability claims. GREENGUARD Certification programs provide the market with solutions and resources to ensure healthier buildings and provide manufacturers with credible tools to legitimize and promote their sustainability efforts. The GREENGUARD Environmental Institute supports certified manufacturers by actively promoting the GREENGUARD Certification programs and the GREENGUARD brand in the marketplace and by supporting GREENGUARD Certified products. 
 
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is recognized as an important concern in the creation of healthy, high-performance buildings and is highlighted as a key component of numerous sustainable building programs and procurement guidelines around the world. Chemicals and particle emissions including, allergens and molds are the primary sources of indoor air pollution and can have significant health impacts on building occupants and economic consequences for building owners, architects and designers. GREENGUARD Certification programs provide scientific rigor based on best practice guidelines, stringent evaluation criteria and robust verification procedures to effectively control the sources of these environmental pollutants. 
 
Manufacturers may choose to certify an individual product, but typically certify complete product lines that combine a range of raw materials, components, manufacturing processes and manufacturing locations.  Participation in a GREENGUARD Certification program requires a manufacturer to participate in product reviews, manufacturing evaluations and certification testing of products and materials. The GREENGUARD Environmental Institute and its scientific partners work hand-in-hand with manufacturers to develop effective, efficient and economical plans for certifying a broad range of products. All certified products carry the GREENGUARD Certification mark. Use of the certification mark is contingent on a manufacturer’s continued compliance with ongoing certification testing and reporting requirements. Presence of the mark on certified products provides assurance to consumers, specifiers, architects, designers, suppliers, regulators, manufacturers and other third parties, that labeled products meet the requirements of the program.