• Zenith
  • Tundra
  • Dekton
  • Strato
  • Spectra
  • Soke
  • Sirocco
  • Sirius
  • Radium
  • Laos
  • Kreta
  • Keon
  • Kelya
  • Kadum
  • Glacier
  • Dekton
  • Dekton
  • Domoos
  • Danae
  • Aura

Kitchen worktops in Dekton® are best cleaned with
a lukewarm mixture of water and ArteCream. The worktop should be rinsed with water afterwards and dried well. Stubborn stains and sticky food remainders can be removed with a nylon scourer and ArteCream.

A 10 year or lifelong warranty

Arte offers a free 10 year warranty on all Dekton® worktops or, for a one-off payment of €50, you can extend this to a lifelong cover

The characteristics of Dekton®:

·         Extremely stainproof

·         Highly resistant to scratches, impact and general wear and tear

·         Dimensionally stable and extremely pressure-resistant

·         Excellent resistance to heat and thermal shocks, frost and thaw

·         UV-resistant and colourfast

·         Dekton® is available in 3 thicknesses (approx. 1.2 cm, 2 cm and 3 cm) and 14 different colours, spread over three collections: the Solid Collection, Natural Collection and Tech Collection.

  • What are the properties of a Dekton worktop?

    Even under a microscope the material shows no porosity. Dekton is so hard that Arte has purchased and dedicated a separate waterjet system to cutting this material. 

    Dekton has the following properties:

    • Extremely stainproof

    • Highly resistant to scratches, impact and general wear and tear

    • Dimensionally stable and extremely pressure-resistant

    • Excellent resistance to heat and thermal shocks, frost and thaw

    • UV-resistant and colour-fast

    Because a Dekton worktop is UV-resistant and can withstand all types of weather it is also extremely suitable for use in outdoor cooking areas! 

     

  • How is Dekton made?

    In order to produce Dekton surfaces the manufacturer uses Particle Sintering Technology (PST). The raw materials are mixed and ground down to a specific particle size, after which pigment is added. This mixture is then dried and spread evenly over a conveyor belt. The raw materials are subsequently pressed together to remove all air. The result of this process is the amalgamation of little coloured grains. In the final stage, the grains are baked in an oven at 1,200 degrees Celsius during which they are transformed into glass, becoming liquid and subsequently taking on a solid state again. A 2 cm thick slab will remain in the oven for 3 hours.  The manufacturing process is comparable to that of natural stone, a process that takes Mother Nature thousands of years.

  • Zenith
  • Tundra
  • Dekton
  • Strato
  • Spectra
  • Soke
  • Sirocco
  • Sirius
  • Radium
  • Laos
  • Kreta
  • Keon
  • Kelya
  • Kadum
  • Glacier
  • Dekton
  • Dekton
  • Domoos
  • Danae
  • Aura