Materials specialist Egger thrills visitors

Egger showed its highlights in a total of six room berths. This is the newly developed synchronised pore texture ST32 Feelwood Vintage on a large cabinet front surface.

Egger presented a range of new products and displayed several new trends under the tagline “More+less”. The company also won the intelligent material and design 2019 award at the event.

PerfectSense Matt with Duo Edging received the award “Best of the Best” for the successful interplay of the two products. The new worktop texture ST75 Mineral Satin and PerfectSense Topmatt worktops with edging received the “High Product Quality” award.

The wood-based material manufacturer presented the new ST20 metal-brushed texture that gives the look and feel of finely brushed metal. For worktops, Egger presented the newly-developed ST75 Mineral Satin texture that gives decors a matt and velvety feel and its irregular look makes the decor image appear very realistic, particularly marble reproductions.

The Feelwood family has also grown:  ST32 Feelwood Vintage is synchronised with the decor image of the Sherman Oak and replicates burnt wood or waste wood. ST19 Deepskin Excellent creates liveliness and a natural finish with its interplay of matt and gloss grains.

Egger also had a few novelties and further developments among its products. Two new entries were presented among worktops: The homogeneous, moisture-resistant and extremely robust compact worktop of 12-mm thickness is for use as a worktop. Here, the two-sided bevel milling on the longitudinal and transverse edges emphasise the thin, modern look of the compact worktop.

To bring the matt look into the kitchen, the company has introduced the new PerfectSense Topmatt worktop with edging on the basis of a 16 mm MDF board. The laminate, with its impact and scratch and abrasion resistance is ideal for applications on worktops. Its supermatt and velvety-warm surface also has an anti-fingerprint feature.

Egger has also focussed on the product area furniture components and is able to continuously produce furniture components with Clic technology. This technology facilitates fast and uncomplicated assembly and can be transported directly to the site, in SKD condition.

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