Granite Transformations launches porcelain surface range

By Carina Perkins

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Granite Transformations’ porcelain products are made from recycled porcelain from reject bathtubs, sinks and sanitary ware
Granite Transformations’ porcelain products are made from recycled porcelain from reject bathtubs, sinks and sanitary ware
Granite Transformations has launched a new range of porcelain surfaces suitable for hotel and restaurant bathrooms.

Product details:

The Porcelain Collection is available in three colours: Terra Chiara (1606) and Terra di Siena (1607), each with varying flecks of gold, brown, black and white, and the finely grained Sierra Nevada (1624), which is lighter and more neutral in colour.

All feature the brand’s slim line 6.7mm slim profile, enabling the material to be fitted directly over existing worktops and tiled surfaces, and a composite construction of porcelain granules and a high tech polymer resin that ensures outstanding strength, flexibility and durability.

USP:

Granite Transformations’ porcelain products are made from recycled porcelain from reject bathtubs, sinks and sanitary ware, which are crushed to workable fragments and used in the distinctive Granite Transformations manufacturing process.

Beige and brown colour tones are contributed by the ‘bisque’ or central section of the porcelain, while the white flecks come from the enamel used to glaze the material. The proportion of post-industrial porcelain content is 51%, together with recycled glass and granite.

Availability:

For nearest showroom call 0800 044 5393 or visit the website at www.granitetransformations.co.uk

Why you should buy it:  

Danny Hanlon, the company’s chief operating officer, said: “Granite Transformations prides itself on providing stylish, high quality and environment-friendly products and our new Porcelain Collection captures these attributes and has a distinctive, welcoming feel.

“Our manufacturing arm was approached by a major high-end producer of bathroom products about the possibility of incorporating remnant porcelain into our product line. Considering we are already at the forefront of using recycled raw materials to design stronger, more durable, eco-friendly granite, quartz and glass worktops and finishing surfaces, this was a natural progression for us.”

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