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Dekton XGloss Imparts Longevity To High-Shine Surfaces

Cosentino pioneers an integrated technological process to ensure the longevity of high-gloss, polished surfaces.


BY Janice Seow

25 April, 2016

Top Image: Spectra from the Dekton® XGloss Solid Collection

High-shine surfaces, although aesthetically pleasing, are deemed impractical. Externally coated and varnished, they lose their sheen and acquire unsightly stains over long-term usage. In light of this, Dekton® XGloss is materialised through a new integrated technology that eliminates such concerns. Pioneered by the research and development team at Cosentino, the exclusive process has resulted in surfaces that offer a rare combination of high-gloss aesthetic and technical appeal – the Dekton® XGloss line offers lustrous appearances with hardy and age-resistant qualities.

Splendor from the Dekton® XGloss Solid Collection

An advanced nanotechnological treatment and mechanical polishing process boost the entire body of material slabs with water-repellent and stain-resistant properties. The exclusive production, which took the team almost two years to refine, does not alter the material’s outer coat or cause it to lose favourable qualities. 

Blaze from the Dekton® XGloss Solid Collection

Furthermore, a Particle Sintering Technology (PST) imbues the surfaces with other technical properties such as resistance to UV rays and thermal shock. There are five new colours in the Dekton® XGloss Solid Collection, which is suitable indoors and outdoors.



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