What is … Corian?

Corian is a patented solid surface material from the US chemical company DuPont. It has mineral-organic components, which is why it is given similar external properties as marble - only better, as about pore-less and acid-resistant. Developed in the laboratories of DuPont, the material was patented in 1968 and first came on the market in 1971. The inventor is the chemist dr. Donald Slocum. The material consists of two-thirds of the mineral gibbsite and one-third of the thermoplastic material polymethylmethacrylate, colloquially known as Plexiglas. These two components are combined in the manufacturing process by catalysts and curing agents. Then you can do a lot with Corian and process it into seamless surfaces, design accessories and even façade cladding.
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