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Dekton Orix

Dekton has a number of properties that make it a unique for indoor applications, but also, thanks to its resistance to the sun's rays, it is perfect for outdoor surfaces, making it the versatile material par excellence. Dekton Orix is a worn cement in which industrial aesthetics are characterized by being iron, cold and broken. Representing a dichotomy between the new and the worn, the colour combination is based on different shades of grey, blue and green.
Specification
  • Dekton is offered in slabs of varying thicknesses that can be adapted to your design based on the application and the desired effect. Is also offered in large-format slabs that open up avenues of design that had previously been unthinkable.

    High UV Resistance
    Dekton is highly resistant to ultraviolet (UV) rays and has superior color fastness so it doesn’t fade over time, making it the perfect choice for both interior and exterior applications.

    High Scratch Resistance
    Dekton is a highly scratch-resistant surface. Domestic utensils will not scratch it. However, we do recommend that chopping boards are used to protect the utensils.

    Stain Resistance
    The new Dekton surface is highly resilient thanks to its low porosity, resisting accidental stains from domestic use as well as from chemical agents. Even tough stains such as wine, coffee, ink, and rust can be easily cleaned.

    High Fire and Heat Resistance
    Dekton boasts excellent resistance to high temperatures without compromising on its esthetics or features. Hot utensils, electrical appliances, pots, and pans can all be placed directly on the surface without causing any damage.

    Abrasion Resistance
    Dekton is even more resistant to abrasion than granite, which makes it the ideal surface for commercial applications and high-traffic areas such as flooring and facades. While other surfaces will show the effects of wear and tear over time, Dekton’s finish will last for the entire life of the product and will never need to be replaced or retouched.

    Resistance to Freezing and Thawing
    The low thermal expansion coefficient of Dekton makes it resistant to thermal shock, going from heat to extreme cold. Its natural resistance to freezing and thawing make it the perfect material even for the most extreme cold environments.
Technical specification
  • Unique ref.Dekton-Orix_w
  • Collection setUltracompact Surface
  • CollectionIndustrial Collection
  • TypeObject (single object)
  • Date of publishing2019-12-17
  • Edition number3
  • Height (mm)1440
  • Width (mm)3200
Related
  • Material mainAggregated natural stone
  • Designed inSpain
  • Manufactured inSpain
Classification
  • BIMobject CategoryWalls - Cladding
  • IFC classificationMaterial
  • UNSPSC nameWall finishing materials
  • UNSPSC code301615
  • Uniclass 1.4 CodeJH
  • Uniclass 1.4 DescriptionCladding/Covering
  • Uniclass 2.0 CodeSS-25-20
  • Uniclass 2.0 DescriptionWall Cladding Systems
  • Uniclass 2015 CodeSs_25_20
  • Uniclass 2015 DescriptionWall cladding systems
  • NBS Reference Code25-20
  • NBS Reference DescriptionWall Cladding Systems
  • CSI MasterFormat 2014 Code09 72 00
  • CSI MasterFormat 2014 TitleWall Coverings
  • OmniClass Number23-15 15 00
  • CSI UniFormat II CodeC3010
  • CSI UniFormat II TitleWall Finishes

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