Visitors invited to tour the production plant during its inauguration November 24
During the last edition of glasstec, the Satinal Group officially presented the new brand STRATO™, the first EVA-based film produced in Italy by Satinal Spa, which has been a huge success among professionals in the glass sector.
The line presented is available in extra clear, translucent, satin, black and white finishes, but the peculiarity of this product is that it can be applied together with coloured films or other materials such as textiles, wire meshes, marble etc. in order to achieve chromatic and decorative effects with surprising and aesthetic results, always in line with the trends of the moment.
With STRATO™ the Group does not only want to focus on creativity for the interior design, but also on safety in architecture: STRATO™ in fact guarantees additional protection for all architectural elements subjected to extreme conditions, including high temperatures, humidity and various atmospheric agents. It also offers complete protection from UV rays – greater than 99 percent – thus avoiding the fading of interior furnishings.
STRATO™ is a great step forward for the Satinal Group and this novelty will be highlighted also on Saturday, November 24 with the inauguration of the production plant, the first in Italy, at the Group’s headquarters located in Erba (a few kilometres from Milan). During the day, visitors will also have the opportunity to take a guided tour of the exhibition area of the TK’s furnaces, a company specialized in the design and construction of furnaces for tempering, chemical tempering, lamination and HST.
The program will be repeated three times during the day (at 10.00 am, 2.00 pm and 5.00 pm) and all the participants are also invited to the conclusive dinner that will take place in the same venue.
The Group’s attention is therefore focused on the quality of both the product and the service offered: the combination and synergy of the two brands TK and STRATO™, meeting all the needs and requirements of the world of lamination and glass, a market in continuous evolution.