Vienna is inspired in the classic beauty and minimalist Austrian design. The material offers a plain white surface with high sheen that brings life into interior and exterior areas.
Dekton Vienna offers an homogeneous white surface with high versatility. You can mix-and-match Vienna with any other object and furniture. Dekton Vienna is also suitable for interiors and exteriors, enabling users to create designs with continuity and consistency.
Dekton is made by mixing an highly developed mix of porcelain, quartz, glass and raw materials. It results in an ultracompact surface that is highly resistant to heat, freeze, scratches, staining. In addition, it is suitable for both indoors and outdoors applications.
In addition, Dekton resists UV rays, ensuring the material won’t degrade nor fade with the passage of time. Similarly, it has low thermal expansion, ensuring there won’t be thermal shocks when exposed to either high heat and/or freezing. And also, its high abrasion resistance offers a surface that is easy to work on, ensuring they never require sealing.
If you are looking for stability in colour, Dekton allows you to continue your designs in interiors and exteriors. You can use matching materials which are unique in their colour, texture and finishes. Equally, Dekton can be customized for larger projects. This enables architects and designers to create a unique product to strengthen the project’s brand.
The products are available in slab formats of 3200x1440mm in most colours and formats of 3170x1420mm too. You can rest assured; the size of these slabs brings a whole new world of design possibilities. As an example, you can create seamless large surfaces in kitchens, flooring, bathrooms and facades.
You can have finishes in X Gloss with its high sheen in a polished surface. You can also choose Smooth Matte which suits traditional spaces; as well as Dekton Grip, an anti-slip solution for wet areas including swimming pools, spas, bathrooms and saunas and a unique Textured Finish for industrial or aged designs.
Dekton offers thicknesses of 8mm, 12mm, 20mm and 30mm. We recommend 8mm and 12mm for cladding, and 12mm thickness and over for kitchen worktop and countertop applications.
Dekton uses a Sinterized Particle which works at a molecular rather than granular level, which ensures the material has practically zero water porosity, enabling it to work on any environment and foods including colourants such as curry, lemon, coffee and ketchup.
Dekton is a sintered stone, made from a unique formula of natural quartz stone, porcelain, glass and other raw materials. These organic components are blended and compressed with extreme pressure to result in a product that is impervious to staining and highly resistant to scratches and heat.
Due to its technical characteristics, Dekton Vienna can withstand up to 300 C of heat. This enables the end-user to drag pots and pans directly on to its surfaces without damaging the stone. Despite this claim, it always best to use a trivet to place hot items from the oven.
For daily maintenance, you can use a window spray and kitchen cloth. Dekton is totally non-porous and it will never require sealants or additional coatings.
For Limescale marks, you can use white vinegar, leaving it to rest for one minute. Rinse with plenty of warm water and a scouring pad. Dry with a kitchen towel.
Thicknesses of 4 mm, 8mm and 12mm are available for furniture and wall cladding. Dekton Vienna 12mm and 20 mm thicknesses are available for horizontal applications such as kitchen worktop and countertop.
Dekton uses a Sintered Particle which works at a molecular rather than granular level, which ensures the material has practically zero water porosity, enabling it to work on any environment and foods including colourants such as curry, lemon, coffee and ketchup.
|Thicknesses||12mm, 20mm, 30mm, 8mm|
|Effect||Industrial, Marble Effect|
|Suitable for||Interior / Exterior|
|Manufacturers' Warranty||25 years|
|Water Absorption||Miscibility (in water)||Density||Compression resistance||Fire resistance|
|-0,05%||not available||2400-2600kg per m3||112-248 Mpa||150℃|