Vetrite Big slabs
Big slabs to dress architecture
Known for the high quality of its marble and glass mosaics for over 30 years, SICIS patented large decorated Vetrite slabs in 2016, its alternative to porcelain stoneware.
Since then, Vetrite has undergone constant evolution, leading to a considerable diversification of uses in various areas. From walls to floors, from furniture cladding to hobs up to the latest development: structural use outdoors. From the construction of curtain walls or masonry to parapets and canopies, Vetrite is suitable for a wide variety of uses.
Its particular structure consisting of safety glass sheets – with variable thicknesses depending on uses – grants a high resistance to lateral thrusts and impacts, certified by specific laboratory tests. It also allows optimal acoustic and thermal insulation, blocking 99.9% of IR rays while maintaining high brightness inside the buildings.
The decoration can be semi-transparent, opaque or with gradual transparency to allow the outside view still protecting privacy. The choice of semi-transparent or opalescent slabs allows backlighting for spectacular light effects.
Always searching for new frontiers, SICIS has also got involved in the field of renewable energy, transforming Vetrite into an innovative product in collaboration with the company Glass to Power. Vetrite slabs can thus become photovoltaic panels with a unique design.
Therefore, the choice of a glass cladding, already appreciated for its aesthetic performance and intrinsic characteristics, becomes even more attractive thanks to the possibilities offered by SICIS Vetrite slabs. A real way of dressing architecture.
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