FAQ

Solid surface material consists of natural minerals and acrylic polymers. It is used to produce high-quality surfaces. These surfaces offer functionality, an aesthetic appearance and hygiene at the same time.
Rosskopf + Partner processes and sells solid surface materials, such as Avonite® (product and registered trademark of Aristech Surfaces LLC), HI-MACS® (product and registered trademark of LG Hausys) and CORIAN® (product and registered trademark of DuPont).

Rosskopf + Partner offers Avonite® (Produkt und Marke von Aristech Surfaces LLC) in the following material thicknesses:

• 3 mm
• 6 mm
• 9 mm
•12 mm

Not all colors are in the above dimensions available. Let us know if you need more information. Here you can find your personal contact person.

For detailed information about gluing solid surface material, please contact your contact person or our sales office or Rosskopf + Partner at Tel. +49 (0) 37291 25-0. We will also gladly answer you specific question per E-Mail.

For detailed information about gluing solid surface material, please contact your contact person or our sales office or Rosskopf + Partner at Tel. +49 (0) 37291 25-0. We will also gladly answer you specific question per E-Mail.


Please ask Rosskopf + Partner for maintenance instructions for Avonite® (product and registered trademark of Aristech Surfaces LLC). Call us by Tel. +49 (0) 37291 25-0 or please send us an E-Mail. We are looking forward to your message.

Quartz material is a synthetic composite material that consists primarily of natural quartz stone to which colour pigments are added. Silestone ® (product and trademark of Cosentino) and Zodiaq ® (product and registered trademark of DuPont) are examples of quartz material. It is used to manufacture worktops for use in kitchens and bathrooms.

Porzellankeramik is a high-density, homogeneous porcelain ceramic surface. Rosskopf + Partner processes this material, for example, into kitchen worktops and floor elements.

Glaskeramik is a ceramic material produced by controlled crystallization of glass melts. The result is a glass-like product with new properties or property combinations. It is possible to process this material to manufacture surfaces surrounding bathroom sinks, kitchen worktops and other counter tops, but also to process attractive presentation areas.