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Dekton® by Cosentino is presented to the world’s leading machine tool manufacturers

  • The Cosentino Group has presented its new ultra-compact surface for architecture and design, Dekton® to leading companies in the machine tool sector for the treatment and processing of surfaces.
  • This first technical session focusing on Dekton® has brought together a total of 27 companies from different countries including Spain, Portugal, Italy, Germany, the U.S. and Korea.
  • Dekton® by Cosentino is the largest commercial and technological challenge carried out to date by Cosentino with more than five years of intensive work, a financial investment of 128 million euros and 22,000 hours of research.

UK, 31 May 2013 – The Cosentino Group’s new ultra-compact surface for architecture and design, Dekton® has been presented to the leading companies in the machine tool sector for the treatment and processing of surfaces.

This first technical seminar specifically focusing on Dekton® forms part of the launch and communication programme of the new product. A total of 27 companies from different countries including Spain, Portugal, Italy, Germany, the U.S. and South Korea attended.

The participants had the opportunity to learn about Dekton® in depth, witness the manufacturing process first hand and study its extraordinary features and properties; low water absorption, colour stability, dimensional stability and high resistance to compression, flexural strength, impact, abrasion, staining, frost and thaw, scratching, ultraviolet rays, heat and fire. The large slab sizes and different shade and texture options, which allow decoration in volume were also showcased.

The Cosentino Group received great feedback from the representatives of these prestigious companies, who were impressed with this major business project and want to explore the clear business potential of Dekton® by Cosentino in the world of architecture and design.

Dekton® by Cosentino is the largest commercial and technological challenge carried out to date by Cosentino. This new material is the result of more than five years of intensive work, a financial investment of 128 million euros and 22,000 hours of research by the Cosentino Group R&D department.

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