Solid Surface is an advanced composite product used as an architectural and design material in a variety of residential and commercial applications.
Solid Surface offers design versatility, functionality and durability. Supplied in sheets and shapes, it can be fabricated with conventional woodworking tools into virtually any design. It is widely accepted as a material for countertops, vanity tops, tub/shower walls, kitchen sinks, vanity basins and laboratory bench tops in numerous markets including lodging, healthcare, banks, boutiques, restaurants.
Solid Surface is a solid, nonporous, homogeneous surfacing material, composed of ≈1/3 acrylic resin (also known as polymethyl methacrylate of PMMA), and ≈2/3 natural minerals. These minerals are composed of aluminum trihydrate (ATH ) derived from bauxite, and ore from which aluminum is extracted.
Elegant. Seamless. Colorthrough. Non-porous. Carves like hardwood. What other surfacing material offers such versatility? Find out more about the beauty and performance of
keeps its good looks and survives the impact nicks and cuts that can occur with daily wear and tear.
Since its introduction,
has proven itself to be remarkably durable, a versatile material that is easy to live with in both domestic and commercial environments.
cannot delaminate, the joints are inconspicuous and fluids cannot penetrate.
has a non-porous surface that prevents dirt and stains from penetrating the material. Marks and stains stay on the surface and can easily be removed with a Scotchbrite® pad and household cleaner.
is nonporous and hygienic. Its smooth surface does not allow liquids to penetrate and that makes it easy to clean. Bacteria and mold have nowhere to take root. When
looks clean, it really is clean.
surfaces are renewable and inherently environmentally friendly. Heavy stains and scratches can be erased without a trace simply by rubbing with household cleaner. Just a little effort will soon return the surface of
to mint condition.
Color-coordinated Joint Adhesive bonds
solid surface with inconspicuous seams. This results in a smooth surface that enables you to create large designs fashioned from a single element. The seamless look of integrated
countertops, sinks, and coved backsplashes also means there are no crevices to trap dirt and bacteria.