New Fusion Composite Solid Surfaces – sleek, slimline, SuperMatte
With a slimline 13mm profile, premium super-matte look and feel, and a hardwearing, durable, fingerprint-resistant finish, Fusion Composite Solid Surfaces represent the next generation in contemporary surface materials. Fusion is made with cutting-edge production technology to deliver a surface material that is thin yet strong, and with a light-absorbing super-matte surface that looks and feels satin-smooth.
Easy fabrication & Installation
Fusion can be cut on a CNC machine and, thanks to its colour-matched core, doesn’t require edging. So both fabrication and installation can be handled by cabinetmakers avoiding the costs and delays of specialist trades.
Fusion’s modern, minimalist aesthetic is supported by a classic monochrome colour palette. Choose from warm-based White, mid-tone grey Pewter and true Black – three timeless neutral decors that will complement a wide range of interior schemes and work beautifully with natural timbers and concrete.
Fusion key benefits
Slimline and SuperMatte
Fusion was developed with cutting-edge production technology to create a surface material that is thin yet strong, and with a light-absorbing SuperMatte surface that looks and feels satin-smooth.
Durable solid surface
Fusion’s surface is scratch resistant, impact resistant, stain resistant and water resistant, so it offers the hardwearing performance required to stand up to the toughest treatment in both residential and commercial settings. The exposed edge of White and Pewter Fusion colours is less stain and water resistant than the surface. Care should be taken when selecting these colours for applications where exposure to staining agents is likely and staining would be unsightly.
Fingerprint resistant and easy to maintain
The Fusion SuperMatte finish features the revolutionary InvisiTouch® surface technology (the same technology used for the highly popular Laminex AbsoluteMatte range), so its super-matte finish will stay looking great with and reduce cleaning frequency.
Superior workability, maximum creativity
Fusion can be cut on a CNC machine, making it easier for architects and designers to realise their most ambitious ideas. And it has a colour-matched core, so doesn’t require edging. This makes the process of designing and building simpler, because Fusion can be fabricated and installed by cabinetmakers.
Kitchen benchtops and so much more
Fusion is irresistible as a slimline kitchen benchtop. But the potential for other applications is endless, from bathroom vanities to counters, tabletops, partitions and more. It’s also available in a 6mm profile for use on induction splashbacks and wall panelling.
Designed and made in Australia
Fusion is designed and manufactured in Australia from FSC Controlled Wood certified raw materials. And it’s held in stock nationally, in full and half slab sizes, to ensure minimum lead-times for delivery. A cut-to-size offer is also available.
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Images carousel above from left to right feature: Black Kitchen Benchtop in Fusion Black 13mm. Bench base vertical fins in Fusion Black 13mm. Bench base in Laminex AbsoluteMatte Black. Shelving blades in twin Fusion Black 13mm with expressed central shadowline and central steel support. Right island end panel Laminex AbsoluteMatte Black. Club Benchtop in Fusion Black 13mm. Vertical fins in Fusion Black 13mm. Bench base in Laminex AbsoluteMatte Black. Window seating partitions in twin Fusion Black 13mm with expressed central shadowline, internal steel structure. Overhead window reveal in Fusion Black 13mm. Laundry Benchtop in Fusion White 13mm. Splashback in Fusion White 6mm. Cabinet drawer fronts in Laminex AbsoluteMatte White.