creates "abnormally green" furniture for contract markets, using local materials and state-of-the-art technologies-and manufacturing everything here in America. One of the company's proprietary products is BioSurf, a laminate alternative made from a blend of corn and soybeans.
BioSurf biopolymer, which is manufactured in Minnesota, contains no VOCs or formaldehyde. And the film is laid over a green MDF substrate made from 100% recycled wood fiber. The innovative material from Baltix presents an exciting design opportunity as well, because the table surface can be printed with any custom design.
BioSurf can be applied to round and square tables, using any of Baltix's base styles. For corporate or educational applications, from dining to conference tables, BioSurf works well on virtually any tabletop.
See BioSurf and other innovative materials at www.baltix.com.