Spanish quartz manufacturer Compac has launched their New York Collection.
Inspired in large open spaces, smooth textures and lighting in lofts, converted industrial buildings and functional spaces now called 'home'.
Compac New York Collection is born from a fusion of architecture, design and functionality.
Silky worktops dressing elegant spaces that excite the touch and arouse the senses, according to the manufacturer.
Compac claims to have created a completely new kind of materials with a urban, clean feel look to provide surfaces suitable to modern life in the city.
Compac New York Collection counts 3 colours: Gray Cement, White Zement and Ice Zement.
All of these colours come in a new finish 'Glace' which strengthens depth in colour whilst having less reflection than a polish finish.
This new quartz finish from Compac is also an innovative development in quartz surfaces with the premise of being easier to clean and maintain compared to honed finishes.
|MINIMUM WATER ABSORPTION|
USES: Worktops, vanity tops, floors, walls and high pedestrian transit areas (stores, shopping centers, museums…)
MAXIMUM impact and flexural resistance.FORMATS: Tiles in 60x7, 30x30, 60x30, 60x60 cm and slabs in 305x140 cm.
Resistant to acids, oils, liquids…
STANDARDIZED THICKNESSES: Tile format 12 mm and slab format 12, 20 and 30 mm.
High ABRASION resistance.LOW COST maintenance and easy cleaning.
COMPAC TECHNOLOGICAL QUARTZ is composed of 93-95% pure quartz, 5-7% agglomerate polymer in high-quality polyester or natural resin and 1% pigment. Quartz is one of the hardest minerals in nature and gives COMPAC TECHNOLOGICAL quartz worktops outstanding levels of abrasion and scratch resistance.
We will be distributing these exciting, new colours to our clientele over the next few weeks.
If you wish to have samples or further information please drop us an email to email@example.com or call 0203 0788912 and we will post samples to your office or studio.
My Kitchen Worktop wants to thank Compac The Surfaces Company for the above images and information about their products.