Technical Sheets – Gloria
International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials – Material and Property Standard for Cultured Marble Lavatory PS 18 : 1966
- Barcol Hardness
- Cigarette Test
- Density (ASTM D792 : 2000)
- Impact Resistance
- Oven test for Cracking and Crazing
- Scrub Test
- Water Absorption
- Barcol Hardness (ASTM D-2583)
- Coefficient of Thermal Expansion by Thermomechanical Analysis (ASTM D831 : 2000)
- Indentation Hardness of Rigid Plastics by Means of a Barcol Impressor (ASTM D2583- 93)
- Rockwell Hardness (M) (ASTM D-785)
- Surface Flammability (ASTM E-84)
- Thermal Expansion (ASTM D-696)
- Water Absorption of Plastics (ASTM D570-88)
American National Standard for Plastic Lavatories ANSI Z124.3 : 1986
- Cigarette Test
- Chemical Resistance Test
- Point Impact Loads
- Surface Test
- Stain Resistance Test
This report is served as a general reference. Do contact us for details.
Solid Surface Materials
Solid Surface Material is a homogeneous material that is easy and simple to maintain. To keep its new and fresh look, you are advised to observe some routine maintenance procedures.
Dirt and Stain
For dirty and stained surface, please clean it with an ammonia-based cleanser and with water and soap. Then wipe dry using damp cloth or sponge. For dark colours, please dry it with towel.
Even though Solid Surface Material has an excellent heat resistant property compared with other ordinary countertops, placing hot pans and some heat-generating appliances such as frying pans or crockpots can damage the surface. Always use a cork pad or a trivet with rubber stand to protect the surface. Prolonged heat with temperature at or over 80°C or 170F can damage the surface.
Avoid exposing Solid Surface Material to chemicals such as paint remover, oven cleaner, etc.
Do not cut anything directly on the surface. Always use a cutting board.
Note: Above information is based on the current state of technical knowledge and does not constitute to any form of guarantee. It is the users’ responsibility to comply with the regulations.