Comparative table

Classification

  • reduced
  • moderate
  • discrete
  • good
  • excellent

Attention: the proposed classification refers to the correct use of the products and to maintenance that complies with the technical requirements of the materials.

  • Material

  • Scratch resistant

  • Stain resistant

  • Heat resistant

  • Ease of use / Maintenance

  • Durability over time

  • Price range

  • Acrylic

    The doors made of this material consist of a wooden particle board (US EPA TSCA ...Title VI), that is covered on the visible part and on the back by acrylic sheets. The profiles are normally edged with ABS or PMMA. Elegant, ecological, resistant: From a technical point of view, acrylic is perfectly flat and stable. Any scratches (when superficial) can be repaired with a special polishing operation.

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  • Alkorcell

    An Alkorcell door is similar to one made with polymers: it consists of a decorative ...sheeting based on polypropylene (PP) without halogen, plasticizers and formaldehyde. A thermosetting paint gives the sheeting the strength necessary for use in the furniture industry. From a technical point of view, Alkorcell laminate is a continuous plastic coating that is highly performing in many different ways. Non-toxic, uncontaminated with components harmful to health and environmentally friendly, it is also impermeable: in fact, Alkorcell products resist moisture, mould and micro-organisms.

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  • Aluminium

    The hi-line aluminium door of the Oltre model is composed of a single panel frame ...made of extruded aluminium, where a deep-drawn sheet is placed on the front and a panel made of aluminium is fastened to the back. A material with sound-absorbing and heat-insulating properties is inserted in the space between the two sheets, thus adding consistency to the door while maintaining its lightness. The finish of the door is made with a single anodic bath in black and titanium. The Oltre family of aluminium doors includes a door with an aluminium frame, urban oxidised finish and a panel in expanded aluminium sheeting with an anodised mesh effect or with a panel in hydroplated MDF with two sides in blackboard laminate.

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  • Decorations

    The MDF or veneered doors can be hand decorated by expert craftsmen: using a panel ...of variable thickness as the base for the decoration, the door is treated with opaque polyurethane colours that give it a textured appearance. Given the originality of the workmanship, every door is obviously a unique piece: small differences between doors of the same type are completely normal, these difference representing elements of character and the essence of the beauty of a product of this type.

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  • Fenix

    Fenix is an innovative material Made in Italy belonging to the laminate family. Developed by ...Arpa Industriale for interior design it is produced with new generation resins and the simultaneous application of heat (around 150°C) and specific high pressure (> 7 MPa) to obtain a uniform and non-porous high-density product. FENIX NTM is bonded to chipboard panels and edged on the visible sides with 1 mm thick polypropylene in the same colour. Its core is made of paper impregnated with thermosetting resin, while the surface, obtained with the help of nanotechnology, consists of a decorative paper treated with acrylic resins, hardened and fixed with Electron Beam Curing. Any small scratches can be repaired.

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  • Glaks

    The Glaks door is an acrylic door made from a panel in MDF (US EPA ...TSCA Title VI) covered on the outside with matt acrylic Glaks or glossy acrylic Glaks, while the inside part is covered with matt methacrylate (PMMA) in the same colour as the outside. It is edged on all four sides with an opaque ABS in the same colour and is embellished with a glass-effect bevel in matt or glossy colours. It is heat resistant (up to 90°C), unbreakable, and resistant to scratches, impacts, wear, chemicals and UV rays. It is a hygienic, ecological material because it is recyclable, non-toxic, easy to clean, practical from the point of view of use and maintenance.

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  • Laminam stoneware

    Laminam Stoneware doors are built with a powder-coated aluminium frame with a honeycomb matte finish ...in the back with an ash grey HPL panel and a front in Laminam Stoneware that is 3 mm thick. Porcelain stoneware is a particular type of ceramic that contains kaolin (the main ingredient of porcelain) and has a very compact and homogeneous structure with a high surface impermeability. Non-porous, does not absorb or emit substances. Stain and scratch resistant, easy to clean.

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  • Mutina stoneware

    Mutina Stoneware doors are built with a powder-coated aluminium frame with a honeycomb matte finish ...in the back with an ash grey HPL panel and a stoneware/decorative front that is 3 mm thick. Porcelain stoneware is a particular type of ceramic that contains kaolin (the main ingredient of porcelain) and has a very compact and homogeneous structure with a high surface impermeability. Non-porous, does not absorb or emit substances. Stain and scratch resistant, easy to clean.

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  • Lacquered

    The lacquered door is made of a painted MDF panel (US EPA TSCA Title VI). ...The lacquering can be glossy or opaque (the unit of measurement for shininess is expressed in units of "gloss"). There are different categories of lacquering: the differences are substantially attributable to the thinner used for the application of base resins and the paint's hardening method. This process allows all parts of the door to be painted.

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  • UV lacquered

    The lacquer is applied on a MDF panel (US EPA TSCA Title VI) and hardened ...under special lamps that emit high energy laser light for both the gloss and matt finishes. An ultraviolet excimer laser is used for the latter finish. This system allows a quick, effective hardening of the resins, producing a very hard, durable film that is soft to the touch, measuring 2 gloss units. With this particular planar painting process, the door is edged on four sides with a polypropylene strip, laser-glued and coated on the inside with matching melamine.

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  • Laminate

    Melamine doors are made from a chipboard panel (US EPA TSCA Title VI), covered on ...one or two sides with melamine paper, a synthetic material made up of very thin sheets of paper impregnated with special thermosetting resins. A further layer of resin with a protective function is then spread on the surface. A practical, durable material that is easy to use and clean.

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  • Wood

    The veneered doors are composed of a chipboard panel (E1) covered by a veneer glued ...with special adhesives. The panels obtained in this way are cut and edged with a solid wood edge about 1 mm thick. Everything is then painted. The paint (coloured or transparent, to which a final protective coating is added) constitutes an aesthetic variable, but at the same time a protection of the door against external agents, therefore it must be preserved through appropriate use and maintenance. The veneers are made from various woods, and thus also the finishes obtained (called "species"). For framed doors, the central panel is veneered or also made of solid wood, depending on the model, while the frame is always made of solid wood.

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  • Mortar

    A door in mortar is composed of a support made of HDF wood agglomerate covered ...in cement mortar or natural lime-based mortar. Cement mortar is made with mixtures derived from carefully studied mixtures of hydraulic binders and aggregates based on quartz and mineral sands with controlled grain size, free of salts and impurities. A percentage (1-2%) of stabilising elastomeric polymers is added to this compound to avoid tensions or cracks generated by sudden changes in temperature and particular dynamic stresses. The surfaces are then treated to allow the application of the skim coat, strictly by hand by expert craftsmen. Once dry, multiple coats of transparent acrylic coating are applied to the surfaces. This treatment protects against the infiltration of grease and dirt.

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  • PET

    Polyethylene terephthalate is a modern, synthetic, eco-friendly and totally-recyclable material, which makes it sustainable and ...compatible for the environment. It is totally impermeable to water and water-based liquids and so is highly hygienic and resistant. The PET-covered door is made from certified MDF (compliant with US directives EPA TSCA TITLE VI) on which a PET polymeric sheet with a thickness of between 0.3 and 0.5 mm is applied, using special adhesives. The main features that differentiate PET from traditional plastic materials are its flexibility and excellent dimensional stability which make it durable over time. Its good resistance to heat, wear and thermal ageing make this product one of the most innovative and forward-looking materials. Being smart, yet discreet, PET is perfect for furnishing modern areas which seek a simple, yet refined style.

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  • Polymer-Coated

    Polymer-coated doors are composed of a panel of medium-density wood fibres (MDF) whose surface is ...coated with a synthetic material or PVC of variable thickness that gives the panel a pleasant appearance, making it resistant to infiltration of liquids and shocks. Polymer-coated sheets are available in plain or decorated versions (e.g. wood effect) allowing the front side of the door and the four edges to be covered continuously (the door is post-formed on the four sides with variable radius).

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  • Glass

    Glass doors are composed of an extruded profiled aluminium frame with a matte or polished, ...brushed/oxidised or powder-coated finish. A glossy or satin glass in bronze, transparent, stop-sol or painted versions with a thickness of about 4 mm is applied to the structure of the aluminium frame (in some cases with polypropylene honeycomb). The glass is always tempered, meaning that it is particularly resistant to impact. By its very nature, being non-porous, it is waterproof, hygienic, resistant to wear and aesthetic decay, and easy and quick to clean.

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