Performance of Laminam Ceramic Compact Surface

Posted on 17 January 2017 by cradmin

While this video, produced by Laminam, starts off looking like a commercial for a restaurant with a chef making pasta and such, it soon becomes apparent it is a demonstration of how the company’s ceramic compact material performs under heavy use conditions. The material is subject to cutting and chopping, oil and acidic materials poured directly on it, liquids that are commonly known to stain, etc. After this, it is simply wiped clean and appears to have no damage.

Laminam is along the lines of Dekton or Neolith compact materials, but it has been said it is “tension free” meaning no relief cuts need be made in it when fabricating.

We’d love to hear your experiences using this product. Post a response to this video below or drop us a line.

You may also be interested in this video showing Dekton’s performance tests.

2 Comments For This Post

  1. Norman Saarloos Says:

    These performance tests by Laminam, Dekton, The Size and others give the impression that nothing can happen in daily use. However, last year I visited 3 customers for the second time to make a new edge repair. My conclusion, yes these are fantastic materials as long as you keep the edges rounded. Bevelled and miter edges are prone to damages.

  2. Diogo Jeronimo Says:

    Laminan and Dekton countertops! Edges are problematics. They need to make product better.

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