Krion Solid Surfaces
Krion is a solid surface material developed by the global PORCELANOSA Group.
Made from natural minerals Aluminium Trihydrate and high resistance resins, Krion resembles natural stone due to its high mineral content. Its unique composition, and advanced features enable it to be thermoformed to fit virtually any design required, offering a completely bespoke solution that is far more versatile than traditional solid surfaces.
In the manufacturing process, Krion sheets are chemically bonded together to give an inconspicuous surface.
As a non-porous material, Krion is a popular choice for kitchens and bathrooms, as well as those who are designing surfaces for healthcare practices. Providing an anti-bacterial solution, without the requirement for any type of additive to be placed on the surface.
While Krion was originally designed in 1973 for use in kitchens and bathrooms, the material’s hard-wearing properties, minimum maintenance and anti-bacterial elements, has seen Krion solid surfaces adopted by numerous industries seeking a hygienic surface solution. This includes restaurants, pubs, clubs, hotels, and health centres such as hospitals, doctors and dentist surgeries.
Thanks to its superior chemical resistance, Krion is certified as food industry safe in accordance with the UNE-EN ISO 1186 standard, making it a firm favourite for any design where hygiene has to be considered.
Krion is available in a range of colours, enabling the architect or designer to create a completely unique project which can be practical, without compromising on style.