TOPS

Wooden tops

because of the extremely hard surface oak, walnut, maple and bamboo are the ideal materials for tops. High quality hand treatment gives them a sophisticated look that fits every type of kitchen.

Veneered tops

They are produced on the core covered with natural veneer. Surface tops are finished with water resistant varnish. Veneered tops are an alternative to solid wood. With asilky and transparent polyurethane coating, they are easy to keep clean. They are resistant to deformation. They stand out with rich and varied colors.

Laminated tops

They have high performance in terms of durability and ease of care. They come in a very wide range of colors. They meet the aesthetic and functional requirements in a typical kitchen. They are produced on the core covered with high pressured laminate.

Mineral tops

composites, also called solid surface, are a blend of acrylic resin, aluminum hydroxide, and pigments, which give them the final structure. Aluminum hydroxide makes them hard and resistant to mechanical damage, and acrylic is making it much lighter than the stone and thermoplastics. These properties allow the formation of any of them and is giving them unusual shapes. Its ability to create multifunctional areas where top passes smoothly into the sink or wash basin to form a monolith.

Solid nano tops

It is an innovative tabletop designed for interior design. Produced in the process of nanotechnology. It has high functional characteristics and it can be used both on vertical and horizontal surfaces.

Natural stone

granite, slate, limestone, quartzite rock or volcanic stones are the most popular stones giving the kitchen tops some character. Their special appeal lies in the irregular surface pattern and texture, which distinguishes them from the materials manufactured industrially.

Quartz tops

tops composite consists of 90% natural quartz composite acrylic resin. Possess properties comparable to the hardness and density of the natural stone; it always have a consistent color and surface structure.

Glass tops

ideal material, allowing you to create incredible compositions building the kitchen arrangement. Tops are made of clear float glass. This glass is characterized by a perfectly smooth and non-porous surface. Perfectly reflects light. Glass top is the epitome of crystal clarity.

Concrete tops

They are a very eye-catching addition in the kitchen and bathroom. Impregnated surface provides satisfactory characteristics in contact with water and food products. This is an ideal solution for those who accept the severity of the natural structure and properties of concrete. It has the ability to integrate of the top and the sink chamber. It is available in a wide range of colors, allowing full freedom of choice: from white through gray to dark graphite.

Tops made of sintered ceramic

It is an innovative single stone carbide, combining the aesthetic and maximum physical and mechanical properties. Distinguished by elegance and naturalness of colors and finishes typical of natural stone. It is resistant to atmospheric agents, acids, bases and solvents. This material is extremely hard, resistant to impact and abrasion.

Steel tops

This timeless classic material with excellent antibacterial properties. Resistant to acids and bases used in households. Can be integrated with a steel sink top, it looks really elegant. Shiny surfaces work as mirrors and optically enlarge the interior.

Mineral sinters

It is an extremely hard material. To its main advantages, non-porosity can be primarily included. Moreover, it is completely safe for food. A material with improved performance immune to scratching, acid-resistant and easy to keep clean.

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