What is Corian?

Corian in English means Corian and is also known as Corian Solid Surface. Corian consists of a group of materials based on pure acrylic, in addition to marble powder, aluminum, and some chemicals such as methyl methacrylate. The secret behind the hardness and resistance of Corian lies in the natural components of which it is composed. As for the ease of shaping and light weight, it stands for Behind this are the chemical components used in manufacturing Korean artificial marble.

Thickness and sizes of corian

Corian comes in different thicknesses that meet all needs. Corian is available in a thickness of 6 mm. This thickness is often used in cladding vertical walls in operating rooms in hospitals, clinics and laboratories due to its great resistance to bacteria. It also comes in a thickness of 12 mm. This is considered a common thickness in the Egyptian market, as it is used in the formation of many products. Depending on the use and customer requirements, such as counters, tables, and sinks, it comes with a thickness of 18 mm and is used in heavy duty areas, such as covering floors and stairs.

Uses of Corian

Reception counters in major stores and exhibitions
Tablets for hotels, tourist villages, banks and hospitals
Wall cladding in banks and hospitals
Elevator floors
Storefronts and showrooms
Restaurant counters
Disc and kitchen sinks
Disc and bathroom sinks
Shower base and bathtubs

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