Staron Solid Surfaces is composed of a natural and pure mineral derived from bauxite ore and blended with an advanced pure acrylic resin, resulting in the world’s premium surface material.
May 2nd, 2016
Staron Solid Surfaces is suitable for endless applications in a commercial or residential project. With a silk-like finish and a range of over 80 colours to select from, Staron is both aesthetically and functionally pleasing.
One of the great advantages of Staron is that it can be moulded and curved into any design or structure through a process called thermoforming. This process allows three-dimensional designs to come to life. Virtually any shape can be formed with Staron.
This creative process of design can result in endless interesting design possibilities. Wall panels can be curved, benchtops can join inconspicuously around soft curves, and custom design vanities can be a feature with smooth rounded designs. Create unique curved bowls, vases or make the waves of your project curve and twist into a concept that creates impact and is original.
Staron can be inlaid, creating a blend of colours into one piece. The flexibility of the range extends to limitless edge profiles; drop down edges, and splashbacks. All this comes with a Greenguard certified material, and a 10 Year Warranty. Staron Solid Surfaces provides a design solution that pushes the boundaries of design.
Virtually anything you can imagine, you can create with Staron.
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