The Surface Impresses with Its High Impact Resistance and Durability

 

The application areas and resistance of composite ceramic worktops are largely the same as those of large-area solid ceramic worktops. The only differences from solid ceramic are due to the material of the marine edge. The thick edging of composite ceramic has significantly higher shock resistance and slightly lower chemical resistance than large-area solid ceramic.

 

Construction

 

Surface Solid ceramic plate with liquid-tight glaze
Thickness: 8 mm
Substrate Particle board E1V20, thickness 19 mm
Max. length of individual panel/tile: 1200 mm
Thickness 30 mm (with polypropylene thick edging)
Edge finish Polypropylene edging
Colour Baltic Blue
Maximum length of a single worktop 2.4 m
Recommended basin materials Ceramic, Baltic Blue

 

Properties

 

Chemical resistance Exceptionally good
Not resistant to Hydrofluoric acid, fuming sulphuric acid, hot strong alkaline reagents
Temperature resistance Good
Scratch resistance Good
Shock resistance Surface: moderate
Polypropylene thick edging: good
Mechanical strength Good
Cutting to size on site Not possible

 

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