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June 6, 2013
Dwell was kindly invited by Spanish tile manufacturer Porcelanosa to tour their facilities and explore two of Spain's most highly populated cities, Valencia and Madrid. On this trip, we checked out SYSTEMPOOL's Krion showroom in Madrid to see what everyone is raving about.
kiron solid surfaces by systempool and porcelanosa

What exactly is Krion? Krion is a new-generation solid surface developed by SYSTEMPOOL that is warm to the touch and similar in appearance to natural stone.

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kiron solid surfaces by systempool and porcelanosa

Made of two-thirds natural minerals (ATH—Aluminum Trihydride) and a low percentage of high-percentage resins, the material is poreless, anti-bacterial, hard-wearing, 100% recyclable, highly resistant, and easy to repair and clean.

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kiron solid surfaces by systempool and porcelanosa

Cleaning and maintaining Krion is easier than ever, thanks to seamless sections which prevent liquids from being absorbed.

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kiron solid surfaces by systempool and porcelanosa

Even with heat applied directly to the surface using a blowtorch, the impermeable material resisted.

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kiron solid surfaces by systempool and porcelanosa

The material is also very malleable, allowing for endless possibilities.

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kiron solid surfaces by systempool and porcelanosa

A wall of colored Krion sample sheets.

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kiron solid surfaces by systempool and porcelanosa

SYSTEMPOOL offers a wide range of colors and styles, including a white finish that stands out for its purity in comparison to other similar materials.

Krion color tile samples in Yove, Light Grey, and Yellow.

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kiron solid surfaces by systempool and porcelanosa

All products made of Krion can be reprocessed and reused in the production cycle.

In Lila and Nordic Blue.

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kiron solid surfaces by systempool and porcelanosa

What exactly is Krion? Krion is a new-generation solid surface developed by SYSTEMPOOL that is warm to the touch and similar in appearance to natural stone.

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