Greenlam Laminates provides a wide range of laminate sheets addressing modern surfacing needs for your kitchen, living room, office or any commercial space, you can find all at our platform. Read More
Greenlam is the place where passion meets excellence, creating what can be best described as hallmarks of quality and elegance. The top laminate company in India, Greenlam offers world-class laminate sheets in myriads of textures, colors and designs. An ideal solution for both residential and commercial spaces, our laminate sheets come with a number of distinct properties such as antibacterial, fire retardant, scratch and impact resistance and many more attributes that make them a cut above the rest.
Different Properties for Different Needs!
Greenlam is one of the top laminates company in India that offer antibacterial laminates manufactured using antimicrobial agents that are commonly used in many cosmetics. Our antibacterial range is completely US-EPA approved, which makes it ideal for laboratories, chemistry labs, hospitals, and other spaces prone to microbial growth.
Available in exquisite colors and designs, the fire retardant decorative laminates offered by Greenlam are ideal for places prone to fire such as kitchens, school labs or hospitals. The range is manufactured using a fire retardant chemical that is halogen free eliminating any risk of toxic smoke. Beautify your interiors without compromising on safety.
Electrostatic Dissipative Laminates
Greenlam electrostatic dissipative laminates are an ideal choice for areas with a high-risk of electrostatic interference. Our electrostatic dissipative laminates provides a safe and better environment for furniture or other surface applications in electrostatic high risk areas. The range helps in draining out static charge, and therefore, is an ideal option for laboratories, hospitals, server rooms and other similar facilities.
Greenhouse effect, a warming of Earth’s surface and troposphere (the lowest layer of the atmosphere) caused by the presence of water vapour, carbon dioxide, methane, and certain other gases in the air. Of those gases, known as greenhouse gases, water vapour has the largest effect.
The origins of the term greenhouse effect are unclear. French mathematician Joseph Fourier is sometimes given credit as the first person to coin the term greenhouse effect based on his conclusion in 1824 that Earth’s atmosphere functioned similarly to a “hotbox”—that is, a heliothermometer (an insulated wooden box whose lid was made of transparent glass) developed by Swiss physicist Horace Bénédict de Saussure, which prevented cool air from mixing with warm air. Fourier, however, neither used the term greenhouse effect nor credited atmospheric gases with keeping Earth warm. Swedish physicist and physical chemist Svante Arrhenius is credited with the origins of the term in 1896, with the publication of the first plausible climate model that explained how gases in Earth’s atmosphere trap heat. Arrhenius first refers to this “hot-house theory” of the atmosphere—which would be known later as the greenhouse effect—in his work Worlds in the Making.