The most flexible glass of all time
Glass lends a sense of elegance and luxury to kitchens while also creating eye-catching highlights. With RAUVISIO crystal,
Our has created an innovative surface material that is ideal for use in the kitchen. RAUVISIO crystal is a polymer glass that
boasts a high-quality, glassy finish while completely eliminating the disadvantages of real glass.
Features of RAUVISO crystal
- RAUVISO crystal - The product rangeOur supplies the entire know-how package for producing high-quality
fronts from one source. RAUVISIO crystal is delivered as a pressed board comprising of glass laminate, MDF board and matching
balancing sheet. The material thickness of the wooden substrate is selected depending on the respective application.
- Pressed BoardsRAUVISIO crystal is available in the designs Bianco, Perla and Magnolia. The pressed boards
can be supplied in overall thickness of 16mm (11mm MDF) or 19mm (14mm MDF). Other board thicknesses are available upon request.
- The Co-ordinated Edgeband CollectionYou can choose the matching edgebands for your front design for
the pressed RAUVISIO crystal boards from the Our Express Collection. Whether you need a standard edgeband or a seamless
zero joint technology edgeband – all edgebands are available from stock.
- RAUKANTEX visions Duo-Design: The transparent top section of the edge- band creates the appearance of a
delicate glass panel. This edgeband design is only suitable for Zero Joint Technology RAUKANTEX mirror gloss: Mirror gloss
solid colour edgeband, which should be applied with a 45° chamfer. This edgeband is available in both standard and seamless
Zero Joint Technology supply format.
Why Choose White Object
Perhaps, the most important benefit of uPVC doors and windows is that the material is incredibly heavy-duty and can easily withstand extremes of conditions, even chemicals and corrosion. This rot-free property is especially useful for houses located close to the sea where a high salt content can cause problems. uPVC doors can also resist the sun’s UV rays, thereby preventing fading as a result of extended periods of exposure to the sun.
Unlike other natural materials that need to be varnished and repainted at least once every year, doors and windows made from uPVC can easily last for decades before they show any signs of weathering. The only maintenance they generally require is cleaning with soapy water so as to prevent stains or dust particles from settling.
When it comes to the installation of new doors and windows, energy-efficiency is a priority. And the type of material used will play a huge role in determining the warmth and energy rating of a home.
No Termite Infestation
Wood, being a great source of cellulose (the food termites love), is highly susceptible to termite infestation. Moreover, termites thrive in a moist environment; since wood is a porous material, it makes for an incredibly comfortable home for these insects. uPVC doors bring no such problems with them and remain termite-free.
Unlike other materials that can easily catch a fire, uPVC is self-extinguishing. The fire retardant used in the preparation of uPVC makes it a safe material.