Fenix is a composite of cellulose and state-of-the-art resins. 70% of this material is made from layers of paper, the inner ones soaked in thermosetting resins and the outer ones in the latest generation of acrylic resins, all simultaneously subjected to heat and pressure. These processes were developed in the laboratory supported by the use of nanotechnologies that modify molecular structures at the scale of nanometres, or one millionth of a millimetre. The result is a homogenous and non-porous high-density product with unique characteristics.
Characteristics of Fenix:
Nanotechnology treatments make Fenix surfaces, applied to unfinished panels with minimum formaldehyde emissions (Class E1, UNI EN 13986/2005):
- soft touch:
- resistant to impact and scratching;
- resistant to solvents;
- repairable in the event of micro-scratches;
- mould resistant.