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Crema Valencia

Crema Valencia is an engineered stone by Compac, the Surfaces Company. It presents a light beige base and reddish veins scattered over its surface.

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1

Slab size:
Standard Tile sizes: 300x300mm | 600x400mm | 600x300mm | Bespoke sizes made to order
Tile sizes:
300x300x10mm | 305x305x10mm | 600x400x10mm | 300x300x20mm | 600x600x10mm | 600x600x20mm (Lead times may apply)
Available Finishes:
Polished | Honed | Ovo (Texture) | Silken | Matt
Other Names:
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Description

Product Description

Crema Valencia engineered marble presents a light-cream coloured base, showing some dark, reddish veins. It can be used in interiors and exteriors from flooring to cladding, fireplaces and bathrooms. Further to offering just charming aesthetics; Compac Crema Valencia is a great product for applications in  wall cladding, facades, fireplace surrounds, stairs and steps amongst its many other uses.

In addition to interiors and residential homes, in commercial properties its uses can be extended to door and window frames, columns,  furniture and high footfall areas in retail outlets, shopping centres, museums, bars, restaurants and hotels.

Compac Crema Valencia comes in standard slabs with dimensions 3000x1230mm and thicknesses in 20mm and 30mm which allow for multidimensional stone applications in vanity tops, bathrooms, table tops, to name a few.

Compac started creating technological marble in 1975 and it is one of the leading Companies in conglomerate surfaces worldwide. Compac achieved a huge success with their technological marble materials in the 70’s which has allowed the Spanish manufacturer to expand its ranges into other materials, creating Compac quartz in the early 1990’s which has made them the second largest manufacturer of quartz in the planet.

Compac, The Surfaces Company started operations in the United Kingdom almost 20 years ago and has become one of the preferred quartz and marble manufacturers in the country; providing its unique products to both the residential and commercial sector, winning many accolades through its constant innovative approach when it comes to creating surfaces that are highly resistant to scratches, staining and extreme temperatures.

Features and benefits of Compac marble:

  • Large slabs which ensures minimal seams and joints on surfaces
  • Property investment product that offers very good value for money
  • Flexibility and durability
  • Versatile stone that is ideal for applications in interiors
  • Wide variety of colours, finishes and thicknesses
  • Minimal water absorption
  • Available in many finishes including polished, matt, bush-hammered (deep texture), Silken (silk) and Ovo (light texture)
  • Its surfaces can be re-polished after extensive use, recovering its original gloss
  • Low cost maintenance and very easy cleaning regime
  • Energy Efficiency:  Ventilated façades contribute to reducing energy expenses in modern buildings. The thermal insulation is a continuous layer that prevents heat transfer from the metal framework edges and the vertical supports
Product Data

Product Data

Type Marble
Colour Cream
Price Rating 1
Thicknesses 20mm, 30mm
Finishes Bush Hammered, Matt, Ovo (textured), Polished, Silken (Silk)
Suitable for Interior
Brand Compac
Manufacturer Compac
Country Spain
Technical Information

Technical Information

  • FORMATS:24”x24”; 24”x16” and slabs 120”x48”
  • FIRE RESISTANCE classed as A2 (Euroclasses)
  • standarized thicknesses for universal applications: 1/2”; 3/4” and 1 1/4” thicknesses depending on use and format
  • Technological marble: 91-96% natural marble, to which resins and other bonding agents are added
  • Elimination of humidity and condensation, when the air behind the outer leaf is heated and therefore rises, taking with it the humidity deposited on the thermal insulation
  • Vacuum-compacted material with zero porosity so it is impervious to water
  • Resistance to impact: 3 - 6
  • Slip resistance: Polish: 5-6 wet / 44-60 dry |Matt: 10 wet /55 dry |Bush hammered: 48 wet/80 dry |Silken: 21 wet / 55 dry
  • Water Absorption rate: 0,041-0,105%)
  • Abrasion resistance: 33 - 36
  • Additional Information

    Additional Information

  • Certificate for the marble product range (floors) referring to building and construction products according to fire resistance classes, as tested by the CTF (Fire Technology Center of the Construction Technology Institute AIDICO, Spain) pursuant to the standard UNE-EN 13501-1:07
  • Greenguard mark This certificate issued by the Greenguard Environmental Institute guarantees that COMPAC products comply with indoor air quality standards covering volatile organic compounds (VOCs). The seals granted are Greenguard Indoor Air Quality Certified and Greenguard Children & Schools Certified, with the latter being one of the strictest standards in the industry
  • The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) is transforming the way we design, build, maintain and operate our buildings, homes and communities.USGBC is committed to a prosperous and sustainable future through cost-efficient and energy-saving green buildings
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