Materials and Colours

Interior design elements made of composites are becoming increasingly popular. Solid Surface is a mineral-acrylic material, which is characterized by excellent performance parameters. This modern material, consisting of two thirds natural minerals and one third acrylic resin, guarantees unlimited possibilities of application.

The basic scope of application of Solid Surface conglomerate includes elements of interior design, especially kitchens and bathrooms, kitchen worktops and washbasin modules. The material can also be successfully used in the production of reception desks, bars, shops and specialist furniture.

A wide selection of thicknesses, structures, shapes and colours gives Solid Surface a great advantage on the market and allows customers to create their dream interiors.

Material resistant to mechanical damage, harmful effects of chemicals and microorganisms. By rubbing and polishing the surface it is possible to restore its original appearance, remove damage, losses and scratches.

The material is very easy to keep clean. It does not corrode or oxidise and is dirt-resistant. Heavy soiling can be removed with water and detergent.

Thanks to the hardness and compactness of the structure, it is resistant to cracking, dirt and bacteria. Thermoplastic properties allow to obtain any shape, and special adhesives guarantee uniform, invisible joints.

The material does not allow dirt and bacteria to penetrate – thus it meets the strictest sanitary standards and is perfect for public buildings: clinics, hospitals, banks, hotels, restaurants, toilets, laboratories. It takes the ambient temperature, is non-flammable.

Solid Surface material is very ductile to be processed, thermoformed, cut, sanded etc. This gives us a wide range of production possibilities. Pigment is present on the whole thickness of the surface, which makes it impossible to see any loss or colour difference in case of abrasion or damage.

Wide selection of colours and structures gives great design possibilities. The offer includes both uniform colours as well as patterns characteristic for natural stones. Thanks to this, based on Solid Surface materials, we are able to prepare a wide range of products designed for various environments and surfaces.

COLORISTICS

CORIAN 

KERROCK 

STARON