Solid Surface is made up of Acrylic Resin and Alumina Trihydrate fillers. With its unique non-porous property, its superior quality is consistent right through its thickness.
Seamless Joins and Design
A huge advantage of Solid Surface over Stone is its ability to be seamlessly joined. This means no unsightly joins. Solid Surface provides greater design flexibility that allows us to create new designs in shapes and thicknesses that best meets your requirement.
The combination of picture perfect joining and non-porous properties through its full thickness, allows the Solid Surface bench top to be easily restored to new. In the event of an accident, repairs can be easily made without the cost of removing the whole benchtop.
Hygienic & Stain Resistant
The non-porous nature of Solid Surface means it is highly resistant to staining. Eliminates bacteria and grime build-up, resulting in a most hygienic bench surface. It is the material of choice in commercial food service areas and hospitals.
What we do
A non-porous, homogenous blend of polyester and/or acrylic alloys and fillers A surfacing material that looks like stone, textured or glass materials, but cuts like wood. A material whose pattern, which allows for 3-dimensional shaping and gives it its renewability
We Build Why HYBERG Solid Surface ?
HYBERG solid surface has the highest possible FR classification giving it unlimited freedom for use in domestic, commercial, leisure, transport and public sector projects.
Solid Surface counter tops are constructed of durable, man-made acrylic to provide years of low maintenance, beauty and service.
- Resists stains, moisture, sunlight and heat.
- Offers a wide assortment of colors, patterns and finishes.
- Molds to any shape and is the only material that can include an integrated sink with seamless installation.
- Repels moisture and inhibits the growth of mold and bacteria.
- Meets industry standards for fire resistance and GreenGuard Indoor Air Quality certification
Using sustainable material, eco-friendly manufacturing process and recycling at the end of its life-cycle.