Glass Ceramic Facades from Recycled Auto Glass

Structuran Glass Ceramic is a 100% recycled (& fully recyclable) material formed from auto glass using a patented method.

This has been fully tested within the EU but BBA certification is currently being sought. Applications: Facades.

Decoran is the name used for it in interior usage but is largely identical in nature. Applications: screens, wall surfaces, flooring, kitchen, bar, table and other surfaces. Suitable for anti stain or non-slip wet environments.

These materials both hold a lifetime guarantee.

9 standard colours are available which allow no minimum order charge:

Jade, Galaxy, White, Orient Red, Azul Blue, Pacific Grey, Fosile, Siena Brown and Pearl Black. All colours are available in a polished finish or a non-slip R9 “Hamerite” finish, excepting Fosile which can only be polished.

Every RAL colour is possible with minimum orders of 20 plates per colour. Colours are formed from organic and inorganic pigments and are stable and controllable.

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