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Dekton Cosentino’s new ultra-compact surface uses the exclusive "TSP" technology in its manufacture, a technological process that is an accelerated version of the metamorphic changes that natural stone undergoes when exposed for millennia to high pressure and high temperature.

TSP technology synthesizes, in an innovative way, procedures of the most advanced technological industries. An evolution that, starting from these, supposes a technological and industrial leap capable of generating a new process, a revolutionary material and a leading product.

Electron microscopy allows to appreciate the null porosity of the material, a consequence of the sintering and ultracompact process exclusive to DEKTON. The zero porosity and the absence of microdefects causing stresses or weak points, generate the differential characteristic of DEKTON’s 


High resistance to UV rays.

Dekton is highly resistant to ultraviolet (UV) rays and its color does not degrade over time, making it a perfect material for both indoors and outdoors.


Highly scratch resistant

Dekton is a surface with high scratch resistance. It is not scratched with household utensils. However, we recommend the use of cutting boards to protect household utensils.


Stain resistance

Due to its low porosity, the new Dekton surface is a highly resistant surface, both to occasional stains in domestic use and to chemical agents. Even the most difficult stains such as those of wine, coffee, ink and rust can be easily cleaned. Splashes or drops of everyday cleaning products such as bleach, pipe cleaning or oven degreasers do not cause any damage to the material.

High resistance to fire and heat, Dekton has a very good resistance to high temperatures without affecting its aesthetics or properties. Hot utensils, appliances, pots and pans, can be placed directly on the surface without danger or damage.


Abrasion resistance

Dekton is even more resistant to abrasion than granite, making it the ideal surface for commercial applications and high-traffic areas such as flooring and facades. While other surfaces show wear over time, the Dekton finish will last for the life of the product and will not need to be replaced or retouched at any time.


Ice and thaw resistance

Dekton's low coefficient of thermal expansion makes it resistant to thermal shock, from heat to extreme cold. Its natural resistance to ice and thaw makes it a perfect material even in the coldest and most extreme environments.


Mechanical strength 

With a flexural strength 3 times greater than that offered by granite, Dekton can be installed in thinner thicknesses, allowing an unsupported overhang of up to 30cm on countertops, islands and bar bars (depending on the thickness).


Non-porous material

Dekton is a non-porous material and does not need to be sealed at any time. By nature, it can repel liquids and gases so that they do not penetrate the surface. In this way, surface maintenance is minimal and easier to clean


Color stability

The Dekton manufacturing process allows us to control the pigmentation and aesthetics of the material, providing it with a better color consistency in all boards. The result is a product that does not discolor over time. Once installed, the surface will maintain its appearance throughout the life of the product.


Dimensional stability

Dekton is a material where both the dimension and thickness are exhaustively controlled throughout the table, which reduces the need for corrections on the surface and thus facilitates its installation.


High resistance to hydrolysis

Dekton has a high resistance to hydrolysis.


Non-combustible material

Dekton is a non-combustible material and has a very good resistance to high temperatures without affecting its aesthetics or properties.

The ultra-compaction is responsible for the mechanical properties of the material. This level of compaction contributes significantly to the low porosity of the material, making it a product of low maintenance and long life. 


Everything about Dekton is extraordinary. 


Dekton development implies to sinter the raw materials from basic components to fully control the appearance and properties of the particles used in the manufacturing process. In the process, up to 16 different decoration techniques are used, which allow a three-dimensional design and infinite aesthetic possibilities.

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