Kitchen counters are the ideal solution and choice for the kitchen and for many more fields of modern decoration. Used in any room the combination of an aesthetic surface with an extremely high durability is required. They are available in simple (P2) and in water-proof (P3).
The use of the work surface is basically determined by the properties such as abrasion resistance, impact resistance and scratch resistance. The rear side of the counter is completed as template with a Moisture Resistance Balance Paper (GZP). For moisture protection, the front edge of the work surface is covered on the underside with a UV lacquer, and depending on the profile model (e.g. Model 300/3), topped with a PU hot melt adhesive.
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Properties of simple (P2)
High impact resistance
High scratch resistance
High abrasion resistance
Properties of water-proof (P3)
Excellent quality and durability
Moisture resistant composition (resistant to moisture and temperature changes)
Ideal for kitchens, bathrooms, bars, laboratories or any space requiring great tightness
The counters can be used in kitchens, bathrooms and offices but also for store equipment and furniture decoration.
Maintenance and cleaning instructions: Because of their resistant and water-proof surface, the counters do not require special care. Generally, dirt and spilled substances (such as tea, coffee, wine, etc.) should be cleaned immediately and the counter should be kept clean and dry. When necessary, cleaning must be done by simple means. Cleaning agents must not contain corrosive ingredients that can negatively affect the gloss level or scratch the surface. Proper cleaning is a key element of counters’ proper maintenance.
Rules of everyday use: The surfaces should not be used as a cutting surface; always use a cutting board.
Placing hot cooking vessels (such as pots) directly from the burner onto the work surface should be avoided.
If liquids are spilled, they should be cleaned immediately.
These recommendations are specific to matt and shiny surfaces in which wear is more visible.