In addition to the standard materials such as stainless steel, volkern and hpl, it is also possible to work with other materials. For example, we work with composite, dekton, ceramics or glass. By adding these materials to industrial kitchen furniture, a kitchen gets a unique look.


A composite top has a natural and attractive appearance. It is a very strong material that combines the best properties of synthetic resin and natural stone. A composite top is composed of plastic and natural stone. These two materials are bonded by a synthetic resin, resulting in a composite. Composite is a high density material. This prevents bacteria and other harmful substances from penetrating. Hygienic is the biggest advantage of a composite worktop. In addition, it is impact-resistant, scratch-resistant and heat-resistant. There are three types of finish for composite: high gloss, matt gloss (honed) and brushed (satin).


Dekton is a relatively new material for countertops, the color program includes, in addition to uniform colours, a number of attractive look-alikes of natural stone and concrete. Dekton is closely related to ceramics. However, Dekton's production process also includes techniques and ingredients from the glass and composite industry. An ultra-compact mass is created during this process under high pressure and temperature. This ensures that the material has excellent scratch and heat resistance. In contrast to composite, hot pans can be placed on the top and Dekton has a higher stain resistance. Dekton is available with both a matt, brushed surface and a high-gloss surface (polished). Although the two surfaces give a completely different look to a piece of furniture, they both have good hygienic properties. Compared to granite and composite, Dekton is more vulnerable to damage from point and impact loads.


A ceramic top consists of layers of ceramic material, formed by heating and pressure. This gives ceramics the allure of natural stone, looks tough and natural and combines well with other materials. Furthermore, a ceramic worktop has many practical advantages. The material is hard; even harder than granite. Ceramic is low-maintenance and remains beautiful, thanks to its scratch resistance and water resistance.

Because the material is non-porous, moisture does not affect it and food residues do not penetrate it. This gives it a high and high stain resistance. A very famous property of a ceramic worktop is its heat resistance; suitable up to approximately 450 degrees Celsius! A ceramic worktop is sensitive to acids, hard abrasives and aggressive chemical products and less resistant to point load.


Glass is completely inorganic and does not emit volatile organic compounds. This makes glass a healthy and easy-to-maintain material and ideal for interiors. Where high hygiene requirements apply, glass is ideally suited. Glass is easy to maintain due to its smooth surface and resistance to cleaning products.

There are various types of decorative glass on the market and a choice can be made based on the desired transparency and decorative effects. A number of types are transparent, extra clear, coloured, translucent printed, sanded, lacquered, anti-reflective and mirror glass. Glass is used for, among other things, curbs, showcases and decorative purposes.