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Cersaie 2017 Trends: Krion by Porcelanosa Kitchen

Krion by Porcelanosa

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mitchell_parker
Mitchell Parker added this to Interior Design Trends Expected to Take Hold in 2018Oct 2, 2017

4. Antibacterial materials. Imagine a countertop that helps take care of that salmonella bacteria for you after preparing chicken for dinner. That’s the idea behind several materials presented at the International Exhibition of Ceramic Tile and Bathroom Furnishings (CERSAIE) in Italy back in September. The new K-Life technology incorporated into Porcelanosa’s Krion solid surface not only is antibacterial but also eliminates chemicals that come into contact with it, as well as purifies the surrounding air. How does it accomplish this? Through a process called photocatalysis, which uses a semiconductor in the surface to enhance a reaction to light, killing bacteria and breaking up pollutants.

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fricci
fricci added this to KitchenApr 17, 2019

Antibacterial materials. Imagine a countertop that helps take care of that salmonella bacteria for you after preparing chicken for dinner. That’s the idea behind several materials presented at the International Exhibition of Ceramic Tile and Bathroom Furnishings (CERSAIE) in Italy back in September. The new K-Life technology incorporated into Porcelanosa’s Krion solid surface not only is antibacterial but also eliminates chemicals that come into contact with it, as well as purifies the surrounding air. How does it accomplish this? Through a process called photocatalysis, which uses a semiconductor in the surface to enhance a reaction to light, killing bacteria and breaking up pollutants.

webuser_447570
susan reese added this to webuser_447570's ideasDec 31, 2018

The new K-Life technology incorporated into Porcelanosa’s Krion solid surface not only is antibacterial but also eliminates chemicals that come into contact with it, as well as purifies the surrounding air.

marianndeme
Mariann Deme added this to Ah KitchenOct 29, 2018

4. Antibacterial materials. Imagine a countertop that helps take care of that salmonella bacteria for you after preparing chicken for dinner. That’s the idea behind several materials presented at the International Exhibition of Ceramic Tile and Bathroom Furnishings (CERSAIE) in Italy back in September. The new K-Life technology incorporated into Porcelanosa’s Krion solid surface not only is antibacterial but also eliminates chemicals that come into contact with it, as well as purifies the surrounding air. How does it accomplish this? Through a process called photocatalysis, which uses a semiconductor in the surface to enhance a reaction to light, killing bacteria and breaking up pollutants

diane_adams42
Di added this to KitchenSep 9, 2018

Countertop material and layout w new cooltop

sagb34
sagb34 added this to sagb34's ideasAug 18, 2018

Porcelanosa krion Antibacterial surface

txthompson
txthompson added this to master bathAug 12, 2018

antimicrobial ability is built into the countertop could also be used in showers and stuff. it's a catalytic process with light.

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