glass ceramic - decoran® or structuran®
Glass ceramic has a unique, translucent optical quality that shows its crystal-like brilliance when lit up. When polished, glass ceramic emits a radiant shimmer, and when left naturally patinated, it has a unique appearance, half-reflectance and texture. Particularly striking, is the magnificence resulting from when a glass ceramic sheet is back-lit.
Ecologically, the glass ceramic material is absolutely in trend. Glass ceramic is produced to nearly 100% out of waste materials from industrial float glass production plants, as well as bottle glass production plants. This environmentally-friendly circle is completed when glass ceramic itself is discarded, as it can be broken down completely by glass processors and used to create new products. Hereby, glass ceramics participates in protecting our natural resources, as well as upholding the balance of sustainability in construction and design projects.
MAGNA Glaskeramik is certified as made in Germany, in our factory in Teutschenthal. Our innovative technological know-how, in combination with our comprehensive quality control management, is the basis of our promise to consistently deliver the highest quality to our customers.
Two brand names are used in the application of our glass ceramic products: structuran® and decoran®.
decoran® - the element of glass ceramic design
Glass ceramic is a fascinating material for interior designers. The decoran® spectrum of application is vast, and ranges from
kitchen and counter tops, to wash-room surfaces, shower walls and elegant lighting strips.
structuran® - the element of glass ceramic façade
structuran® can be applied in sheets up to 2800 x 1250 mm, and can be used to cover exterior, as well as indoor façade.
Cladding, as rainscreen and soon as curtain wall. MAGNA Glaskeramik offers an array of technical supports, including different
fixing techniques and structural calculations consultants, as well as many construction project solutions, such as laminated
safety to glass and insulatied glazing.