Hanex 100% Acrylic Solid Surface is an ideal surface material for residential and commercial applications because of its beauty, durability, aesthetics, design flexibility and colour choices. Dimensions: Standard sheet size: 3680 x 760 x 12mm Applications: Residential: Kitchen and bathroom benchtops, integrated sinks and bowls, bathroom and wall cladding, lighting and objects of art. Commercial: […]
November 21st, 2008
Hanex 100% Acrylic Solid Surface is an ideal surface material for residential and commercial applications because of its beauty, durability, aesthetics, design flexibility and colour choices.
Dimensions: Standard sheet size: 3680 x 760 x 12mm
Applications: Residential: Kitchen and bathroom benchtops, integrated sinks and bowls, bathroom and wall cladding, lighting and objects of art.
Commercial: Office/hospitality and medical counters and benchtops, reception desks, bathroom benchtops and vanities, food preparation areas, tabletops, commercial fitouts including expressed and seamless wall cladding, lift and foyer surrounds.
Finish: Hanex Solid Surface Products can be finished in either a matte, semi-gloss or high gloss finish with a range of edge profiles.
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