Food surfaces are tricky ones – they need to be healthy and bacteria resistant, but aesthetics can’t be forgotten either…
April 15th, 2019
Anywhere where food is prepared needs to be clean, hygienic and solid. No one wants their fine dining experience or home cooked meal sullied with the bacteria from an unclean surface. The surface design experts at Staron know this, and have designed their Solid Surfaces solution for modern food surfaces.
Staron Solid Surface is comprised of a natural and pure mineral derived from bauxite ore and blended with an advanced pure acrylic resin, resulting in one of the world’s most premium surface materials. Staron is a non-toxic surface that does not contain harmful silica like other materials – perfectly suited for the design of food surfaces in projects form small scale residential kitchens, to large commercial cooking areas.
With a silk-like finish and a range of over 90 colours to select from, it is both aesthetically and functionally pleasing.
The durable nature of Staron Solid Surfaces makes it the perfect surface solution for the food service industry. Staron meets NSF51 National Sanitation Foundation Accreditation for safe food hygiene, which means it is a practical surface solution for commercial kitchens.
Staron surfaces do not promote the growth of bacteria when exposed to food, making it a safe surface for all food contact areas. Renewable and repairable in nature, Staron is particularly well designed for high traffic areas such as benches, tables and serveries, as it will keep its beautiful aesthetic appeal for many years.
No open joins also means that there will be no food or juice trapping crevices, means no bacteria or grime have a chance to build up; Staron is simple one clean continuous surface. Staron creates long and wrapping counters, serving areas and counters, food hall tables with wireless charging capabilities, wall cladding, preparation areas, seating, signage and any food surface solution you need.
Customisable in design and colour, the design opportunities for food surfaces make Staron a clear, and clean, winner.
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