Matt or high gloss, purest white or natural colours, subtle grey or burgundy. In dyed laminate throughout, noble lacquer or precious veneer. The surface satin or smooth: next125 front for the consciously planned design-kitchen.
This water-based Dual Cure lacquer system with UV-drying meets environmental requirements as well as high resistance and resilience. Due to the velvet matt, slightly textured surface, the front is easy to clean. Satin lacquer is available in numerous colours.
High Gloss Lacquer
High-quality and very durable lacquer fronts manufactured in several processing steps are characterized by brilliant colours that are deep with a visible soft touch.
Matt Velvet Lacquer
The fronts, produced with a great deal of care in several work processes and coated with transparent matt lacquer are particularly durable thanks to the several coats of lacquer. They also feel silky soft.
Brushed Wood Veneer Front
Wood fronts are natural and lasting surfaces from solid woods and noble veneers. For protection they are given a particularly rigid two-component lacquer.
A beautiful real oak veneer front design created from reclaimed old wood. Each piece has a story and no two pieces are identical. This may include burn marks scratches and other signs of the wood's previous life. It adds a unique touch to your home.
The most resistant fronts have a laminated material edition from phenolic resin, decor paper and a transparent surface layer. This surface is clearly thicker and harder than non-layered fronts and thus robust.
High Gloss Glass
High gloss fronts with 3 mm thick toughened safety glass lacquered over the entire back side and adhered to a 16 mm thick wood panel. The glass edge is decoratively protected by the wrappedaround edging. The light reflects and refracts on the high-quality surface creating special effects.
Matt glass fronts with 3 mm thick toughened safety glass lacquered over the entire back side and adhered to a 16 mm thick wood panel. The glass edge is decoratively protected by the wrappedaround edging. The light reflects and refracts on the high-quality surface creating special effects.
Ceramic – lighter than aluminium and harder than natural stone. Ideal for use in kitchens, foods can be hygienically processed directly on the surface with its resistance to cutting and heat. That also explains why ceramic material has been used for worktops for many years. The first kitchen fronts are now also available in ceramic material. Ceramic is a natural material, made by man. Like porcelain, ceramic material only contains substances which also occur naturally in this form. This makes the material eco-friendly and allow it ot be recycled completely.
The basis is a high-quality MDF substrate, the front of which is coated with several layers of UV lacquer. Radiation curing with special UV lights produces a very hard and resistant lacquered surface. The all-round laminate thick edge in the colour of the front makes the narrow edges highly resistant to damage.