DENVER, COLO. – Premier EuroCase is proud to announce the recent release of their new UltraMatte acrylic collection. Available starting March 2016 as part of Premier’s innovative Reflekt product line, UltraMatte’s flawlessly smooth and silk-like finish will have the same enhanced surface properties as their popular high-gloss collection. 

The matte acrylic sheets are produced by Austria-based Senosan using a proprietary manufacturing process. The four-ply sheets are ingeniously engineered to be UV stabilized, anti-fingerprint, and highly scratch and chemical resistant. Executed with the utmost precision in a climate-controlled Class 100 cleanroom, the acrylic is applied to a premium MDF core using PUR lamination technology and reviewed under 30 degree inspection lights. These advanced capabilities and cleanroom conditions guarantee substrate impurities do not impede the surface which makes UltraMatte the best matte acrylic on the market.

“The decision to expand the Reflekt product line was simple after we were impressed with the initial samples and knew it would exceed expectations of designers looking for a high-quality matte acrylic,” Andy Wilzoch, President of Premier EuroCase said. “We’ve already received excellent feedback from industry professionals and can’t wait to get this incredible product into our customers’ hands.”

Available in seven classic tones, UltraMatte will elevate the level of sophistication in any space with an elegance you can feel. The unique style and durable surface creates a lasting aesthetic perfect for interior spaces such as cabinets, closets, vanities, store fixtures and office environments. UltraMatte panels and finished components with matching laser edgebanding can be ordered in sizes up to 4'x8' and range from 1/4" to 3" in thickness. Samples of UltraMatte can be requested on

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Headquartered in Denver, Colorado, Premier EuroCase is a privately-held, full service panel processor that has been specializing in laminating, manufacturing, and innovating since 1987. For more information, visit