Phi Surfaces: Infinite beauty, low silica content

PHI 4R FULLBODY

Technology had never come so far

LOW SILICA CONTENT + FULL BODY + EASE OF FABRICATION

The manufacturing process of TBP is carried out through the exclusive PHI 4R FULLBODY cutting-edge technology. An enhanced version of its predecessor, PHI 4R, that provides surfaces with an unparalleled appearance, easy workability, and a low crystalline silica content.

After a high hybrid process, PHI slabs reveal a translucency equivalent to real marble and an impressive visual depth, with unmatchable white backgrounds. Without visible grains in the particulate and a high light reflection, Phi countertops are visibly smooth and bright, with patterns and veins achieving exquisite sharpness and realism. Nothing compares to Phi TBP as it reaches the zenith of excellence in the engineered stone industry.

Additionally, this technology achieves a full-body performance of the slabs, authentically replicating the 3D effect found in natural stones. This significantly simplifies the manufacturing process: the color and pattern run through the entire thickness of the slabs, allowing for flawless edge finishes without the need for mitering.

The PHI 4R FULL-BODY technology provides a non-porous material with lower water and stain absorption, great durability, and a high resistance for scratches. The fabrication process of Phi requires no changes in processing techniques when compared to traditional quartz surfacing. No changes in cutting techniques, consumable tooling, adhesives or handling of the material.

THE 4R FORMULA

This ultimate PHI 4R FULLBODY technology is based in four major pillars: Reduce, Recycle, Reuse, and Respect.

REDUCE

The PHI 4R FULLBODY technology manufacturing process reduces the crystalline silica content in all the slabs to less than 20%. In comparison to traditional quartz surfacing, it is reduced up to 70%.

RECYCLE

PHI TBP surfaces include up to 70% of recycled materials such as glass and no more than 20% of premium quartz directly extracted from our quarries. By reducing the use of raw materials, the carbon footprint generated during the material production process is significantly smaller.

REUSE

PHI 4R FULLBODY technology reuses nearly 100% of the water required in the slab manufacturing process.  Moreover, it contributes to keeping rivers and oceans clean and preserving their biodiversity by achieving a zero-water discharge.

RESPECT

A more sustainable and respectful manufacturing process is possible with PHI 4R FULLBODY thanks to the use of recycled materials, the reduction of crystalline silica, the harnessing of water, and the waste management.

REDUCE

The PHI 4R FULLBODY technology manufacturing process reduces the crystalline silica content in all the slabs to less than 20%. In comparison to traditional quartz surfacing, it is reduced up to 70%.

RECYCLE

PHI TBT surfaces include up to 70% of recycled materials such as glass and no more than 20% of premium quartz directly extracted from our quarries. By reducing the use of raw materials, the carbon footprint generated during the material production process is significantly smaller.

REUSE

PHI 4R FULLBODY technology reuses nearly 100% of the water required in the slab manufacturing process.  Moreover, it contributes to keeping rivers and oceans clean and preserving their biodiversity by achieving a zero-water discharge.

RESPECT

A more sustainable and respectful manufacturing process is possible with PHI 4R FULLBODY thanks to the use of recycled materials, the reduction of crystalline silica, the harnessing of water, and the waste management.

PHI BY AUREA STONE COLLECTION

PHI printed surfaces feature the first hybrid material in the kitchen countertops industry that incorporates 70% recycled components, reduces crystalline silica to less than 20% and keeps the surfaces stain-free with minimal maintenance.

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