Bergen is from Dekton’s XGloss Stonika Collection. It is tough, highly scratch resistant and durable. Due to its practically zero porosity, the ultra-compact Dekton surface is highly resistant to staining in day-to-day use and from chemical products, making it ideal for use as a kitchen worktop and as a surface for other kinds of work, both inside and out.
Dekton Slim (4mm) and the New XGloss Finish As well as the standard depths this colour is also available as 4mm (Dekton Slim). Gleaming with a XGloss finish it has a beautiful mirror effect with minimal distortions. An unprecedented luminous dazzling finish achieved as a result of a mechanical polish, with no need for varnishes or other materials.
This nano-coating process used in Dekton XGloss is simply revolutionary in a surface of 4mm thickness. An innovation that provides low maintenance with resistance to fingerprints and stains and completely impermeable. Dekton Slim (4mm) is only recommended for furniture and interior cladding.
Dekton is an Ultra Compact surface that consists of a sophisticated blend of the raw materials used to produce the very latest in glass and porcelain as well as the highest quality quartz work surfaces. Through an exclusive technological process Dekton emulates in a few hours what it takes nature thousands of years, producing stunning results.
Dekton Kelya worktop joints are finished with a small ariss to the top edge. Silicone sealant is applied to prevent water ingression.
Heavily Veined / Particulated Colours
These colours are highly unlikely to have contineous flow of the pattern when 2 sheets or 2 pieces of the same sheet are seamed together. The change of pattern will show up on the seam area
Due to thermal expansion Dekton can expand up to 1mm per metre.
Overhangs and supports
Any overhang extending more than 300mm must be supported.
Upstands less than 100mm high are extremely fragile and are not recommended.
Upstands are not normally cut from the same slab as the worksurfaces and therefore an exact colour match is not possible.
Extra labour will be required on any worktops over 120kg. This will be supplied at no cost to worktops.net
Your new Dekton worktops will need care and maintenance to keep them in good order over the years.
If you choose a polished finish they will be more easy to wipe down when compared to natural finishes which hold dirt more due to the surface texture.
This means Natural Finishes take a little longer to clean than Polished but if you use cleaning information in our Cleaning and Maintenance for Ultra Compact Surfaces Guide (link below) you will be able to remove the most stubborn stains.
However Natural Finishes are more resilient to scratching than polished if objects are dragged across the worktops (which should be avoided).
The best advice is to wipe up spillages when they happen and dry the worktop off with a tea towel,
Ultra Compacts are highly scratch resistant but not scratch proof.
Ultra Compact worktops are incredibly hard and non-porous and will not absorb liquids, but it is still possible that grease, wine, coffee, nicotine, fruit juices and other strongly coloured substances can stain the surface if not properly protected or if the spills are not cleaned up immediately.
Polished Ultra Compact worktops are naturally hygienic as they are non-porous
For installation of worktops weighing above 120kg, you will need to supply additional labour at no cost to Worktops.net, every additional 75kg requires an extra person to assist with lifting.
Dekton is highly resistant to ultra violet (UV) light and will not fade or degrade over time making it perfect for both indoor and outdoor applications
Dekton is one of the most durable worktops, with over 5 times the flexural strength of granite, Dekton has a high level of resistance to external aggressions
Dekton is heat resistant, so no need to worry about those hot pots and pans when you are cooking
Bacteria and mould have nowhere to take root. When it looks clean, it really is clean
Easy to Clean
With a non-porous surface that prevents dirt and stains from penetrating the material.