With their ergonomic and tactile qualities, Staron Solid Surfaces are ideal for use in dental, healthcare and aged care applications.
November 30th, 2011
A patient’s environment can be key to their wellbeing. With Staron Solid Surfaces, it’s possible to create soothing surroundings that are functional, visually appealing and pleasing to the touch.
In contrast to many other surfaces, Staron feels warm and soft to the skin. Its seamless finish eliminates cross contamination, prevents the growth of mould and mildew and, with no cracks or crevices, eliminates trapped dirt – making it a clean and hygienic surface solution.
Staron Solid Surfaces are non-porous and slip resistant, perfect for use in around showers and bathtubs. The product can even be used for integrated dentistry bowls, baby baths, sinks and vanities, as well as monolithic wall surfaces, toilet partitions, food preparation kitchenettes and nurse stations.
The possibilities really are endless with Staron Solid Surfaces. Don’t forget that the Staron Design Awards are now open for entries, calling for commercial projects, residential projects and concepts that feature the product in a creative and innovative way. Visit the Staron website to view the industry judges, past winners, prizes and relevant dates.
Photography: Vicki Morskate
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