Design is the appropriate combination of materials in order to solve a problem
Charles Eames, Designer
Glaskeramik stands as an Eco-friendly material which offers a wide range of applications, bringing full creative freedom and functionality. At MAGNA Glaskeramik we offer either full slabs, with a maximum extension of 2800 x 1250 mm and a standard thickness of 20 mm, or specific cut-to size pieces for any project, such as interior design or facades. Thanks to our innovative technology, we have know-how in-house capabilities to cover all kind of requirements at different project stages, as well as technical advice.
The main advantage of Glaskeramik is not only the contribution to the environment sustainment, but the acquisition of a unique, exclusive and durable material, produced under German quality standards. Therefore, at MAGNA Glaskeramik, we are there for you in every step of the way, from the purchase moment, material processing, installation procedures, till the after-sales needs. Thanks to the experience of MAGNA in this sector and the opportunity of working with some major architecture firms, we are able to offer the highest flexibility when facing any special requirements and exclusive interior and exterior projects, assuring always the highest quality.
This glass ceramic material is almost 100% recyclable.
Glass ceramic plays an important role in the careful use of natural resources and improvement of the sustainability balance in building projects and design objects. This is an enormously important factor in view of ecological requirements.
In support of the pioneering role played by glass ceramic for sustainably produced materials, we are currently working towards various sustainable certificates for MAGNA Glaskeramik.
The production process Using crushing and classification processes, scrap flat glass (waste glass) is transformed into glass granulates. In a complex mixing process, the waste glass granulates are mixed and are comprised of glass of two forms: clear and crystallized glass. no resins, no binders before being shaped into panels and then sintered in a patented sintering process. Subsequently the sintered panels are placed into cooling hoods and cooled under controlled conditions. In the finishing process the raw panels are calibrated, on request they can be polished and then cut to the required size.
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