Dekton Sintered Surface

Material Spec

Name:
Dekton Sintered Surface
Dekton’s large-format slab surfaces, which blend together raw materials of glass, quartz and porcelain, resist UV-rays, abrasions, stains, and thermal shock from heat or frozen items, making them durable, easy-to-care for solutions for a variety of applications. Using exclusive Sinterized Particle Technology, these raw materials are subjected to high temperature and pressure (sintered) to create a very dense and durable surface, and this process represents an accelerated version of metamorphic change that occurs in natural stone. The structure of Dekton Worktops and quality of the surfaces mean it can be installed as kitchen worktops, floor and wall tiles, external housing cladding and much more.
Origin:
N/A
Application & typical uses:
Solid surfaces, kitchen worktops, floor tiles, wall tiles, cladding
Product breakdown:
Raw materials of glass, quartz and porcelain.
Colour/finish:
See supplier site
Certification:
25 year surface warranty Scratch, stain, fire and heat resistant
Dimensions:
320 x 144 cm slabs, 8, 12, 20 and 30 mm thickness
Supplier name:
Cosentino
Supplier address:
Unit 10 Bartley Point Osborn Way RG27 9GX Hook, Hampshire
Supplier telephone:
0161 888 6230
Supplier email:
CS@cosentino.com
Supplier website:
Visit website
Origin:
N/A
Application & typical uses:
Solid surfaces, kitchen worktops, floor tiles, wall tiles, cladding
Product breakdown:
Raw materials of glass, quartz and porcelain.
Colour/finish:
See supplier site
Certification:
25 year surface warranty Scratch, stain, fire and heat resistant
Dimensions:
320 x 144 cm slabs, 8, 12, 20 and 30 mm thickness
Supplier name:
Cosentino
Supplier address:
Unit 10 Bartley Point Osborn Way RG27 9GX Hook, Hampshire
Supplier telephone:
0161 888 6230
Supplier email:
CS@cosentino.com
Supplier website:
Visit website
Important information:
The information above was provided by the company that supplied the material. Please use the information on the website for final selection and specification of materials.
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