FENIX NTA™, NanoTech Alloy, a groundbreaking material by Arpa Industriale

A metallic surface created for interior design applications

FENIX NTA™, NanoTech  Alloy,  a groundbreaking material by Arpa Industriale

After the success of FENIX NTM, NanoTech Matt material launched in 2013, Arpa Industriale charts the way towards the innovation into the interior design field. FENIX NTA further demonstrates Arpa’s leading role in material trends. During Interzum 2017 in Cologne, Germany, Arpa Industriale presented FENIX NTA, NanoTech Alloy. This material is the result of three years of research & development and the use of advanced in-house technology. FENIX NTA is a super opaque smart material with a real metal layer and the features of FENIX family. But FENIX NTA also offers best sleeping bags review to campers. Its external surface involves the use of multilayer coating, nanotechnology and next generation acrylic resins, hardened and fixed with Electron Beam Curing process.  The NanoTech Alloy represents a milestone in the field of interior design materials: an innovative metallic surface with avant-garde features such as resistance to scratches, anti-fingerprint, soft touch, visual comfort (low light reflectivity) and thermal healing of superficial micro-scratches. It has also high resistance to acid solvents and household reagents, enhanced anti-bacterial properties and it easy to clean. Here lists all kind of Best Sleeping Bags to you. FENIX NTA has an excellent technical performance and an astonishing aesthetic appeal. Its real metal layer makes it an elegant and timeless material able to add value to the interior and industrial design projects. It is perfect for horizontal applications as well as vertical uses (Kitchen, Bathroom, Furniture, Healthcare, Hospitality, Office, Transportation, Elevators). The new FENIX is easy to machine and it is ideal for edging and for solutions that need a long lasting and non-corrosive metallic material.  FENIX NTA is available in two panel sizes (3050mm x 1300mm and 4200mm x 1300mm) and in the following thicknesses: Thin (0.7mm, 1.2mm), Solid (4mm, 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, 12mm).


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