StaronÂ® Solid Surfaces created by technology leader, Samsung is a 100% acrylic benchtop and surface solution suitable for endless applications in any commercial or residential project
March 9th, 2010
With a seamless finish and a range of over 80 colours to select from, Staron® is not only aesthetically but functionally pleasing. Non-porous in nature, no stain can penetrate into the material – providing a durable benchtop that is easy to maintain.
Staron® is totally seamless. Joined with a special Staron® adhesive – it creates long and wide continuing surfaces with no open or visible joins. With a selection of kitchen sinks and bathroom vanities – a seamless and totally integrated benchtop space can be created. No dirt trapping joins or crevices to clean, just one continuous surface that looks and acts like one piece.
Staron® is flexible in design, providing a versatile product to create any design. It can be cut, inlaid, routed or sandblasted. It can also be thermoformed into any curve or shape specified.
Samsung has focused on the importance of environmental awareness by contributing to sustainable design through Staron®. Staron® is environmentally sound as it can be reused, meaning the product can be taken from one application and recreated into a new project. This extends the lifespan of Staron® creating less need for waste. The renewable and repairable nature of Staron® also means that it will last longer and reduces the need of replacement.
Staron® is non-toxic creating an environment that is healthy for people, animals and the environment. Staron® is GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified® and GREENGUARD for Children & Schools certified.
Introducting the Staron® Solid Surfaces ‘Encore Collection’. The Encore Collection has been created with a selection of four Staron® colours certified to contain pre-consumer recycled content. Staron® Sanded Noir contains a minimum 30%, Aspen Mineand Aspen Snow contain aminimum 10% and Pebble Seastar contains a minimum 5% pre-consumer recycled resin and chip content.
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