VEKA’s revolutionary SPECTRAL available now from Modplan

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Trade fabricator Modplan has just added SPECTRAL, the revolutionary new material from VEKA to its range. Modplan’s International Sales and Marketing Director Justin Williams said: “We support fabricators by giving them a competitive edge in the products and services we provide. SPECTRAL provides the sophisticated matt finish that today’s insightful, style-conscious consumers are looking for.”

SPECTRAL is an exclusive material developed by VEKA Group. It uses next generation surface technology to create an extraordinary finish that is unrivalled by any other matt PVC-U surface on the market. It reflects less light than most ‘flat matt’ finishes, generating an ultramatt appearance that absorbs rather than reflecting light. This creates a denser, richer quality of colour for a unique appeal and a beautiful, velvet-like feel to the touch.

The surface is highly durable, extremely scratch resistant and anti fingerprint. It is also resistant to UV light, extreme weather conditions and harsh chemicals. Dirt is easily wiped away, meaning the surface stays beautiful for longer than the average laminate. It comes with a ten year guarantee. And at the end of its life, it is fully recyclable.

SPECTRAL is available in Platinum Grey, Umbra Grey, Anthracite Grey and Graphite Black and one or both sides of the product can be laminated. The finish can also be used in conjunction with other colours from the VEKA Group Variations range. For example, a Variations White Woodgrain can be used on the internal face and SPECTRAL in Anthracite Grey on the external face.

Justin concluded: “By being one of the first fabricators to bring SPECTRAL to the market, we’re demonstrating our ability to stay in touch with trends and rapidly react to market demands. It’s an example of the Modplan difference and how we add value to our customers’ businesses.”














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