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FENIX doors (22mm thick door, with low formaldehyde emission wood particle panel, class E1)


nanotechnological material has revolutionized the horizons of interior design. Because it is not only beautiful to look at, but it is also, and above all, a material with high technological content, unique in its characteristics.

Characteristics that FENIX has thanks to a particular series of processes that involves a multilayer coating, the use of nanoparticles and new generation acrylic resins , hardened and fixed through the Electron Beam Curing process, an innovative cold polymerization method. The workmanship makes the material anti-fingerprint, soft to the touch, opaque and extremely resistant, so much so that it can withstand bumps, scratches, but also the attack of solvents and reagents typically used in domestic cleaning.

FENIX also resists heat. Indeed, heat, if micro superficial scratches appear, helps to repair them. The surface of the material is dotted with a dense network of crossed polymers, with its own memory that is reactivated thanks to heat .

FENIX is also water-repellent , hygienic with a high bacterial load reduction activity and is resistant to mould, perfectly suitable for contact with food and easy to clean


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