Meganite a seamless, durable surface option

ForestOne are bringing a seamless, durable and technically dazzling surface solution to the Australian market in the form of the Meganite Acrylic Solid Surface range.

Available in a range of 42 colours and patterns, the surfaces expand the realm of design possibility enormously, allowing for the easy creation of seamless joins and a level of robustness that makes the material appropriate for almost any setting.

The surfaces benefit from a range of technical innovations by ForestOne, including AcryMed antimicrobial surfaces that eliminate 99.9 percent of bacteria. Designs with AcryMed will stay cleaner and fresher between regular cleanings in the high-hygienic demand space. Meeting the ISO 22196 standard, the material is a particularly suitable choice for medical settings.

A Meganite retail counter in ‘Mt Grigio’ and ‘Mt Carrara.'

A Meganite retail counter in ‘Mt Grigio’ and ‘Mt Carrara.’

The X Series range is engineered to reduce the appearance of scratches by using a new formulation that gives dark colours a richer appearance and reduces the sanding time required to achieve the desired finish.

For more information, visit the Megaite website.

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