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New alternative to polished concrete builds versatility into projects

This quartz-based, eco-resin surface offers specifiers all the elegance of the real thing but with less weight and a four times faster drying time

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MicroLux provides a naturally waterproof surface that contains no toxic solvents.
MicroLux provides a naturally waterproof surface that contains no toxic solvents.

Lazenby has launched a new quartz-based eco-resin alternative to traditional polished concrete that delivers a range of high-performance features for architects.

MicroLux is suitable for floors, walls, worktops and surfaces and, at just 3mm thick, can be installed across a range of projects where real concrete isn’t suitable.

This includes over existing floors and throughout upper levels in multi-storey developments. With no welds or grout lines, the finish is seamless, creating a sleek and uniform appearance.

The micro-quartz composition is durable with guaranteed stain and scratch-proofing, plus natural waterproofing.

No room is off limits and MicroLux is ideally suited to food-safe cafes and restaurants, slip-free lobbies and communal spaces and public offices and restrooms.

Available in lots of colours, it has been formulated in partnership with Forcrete to complement Lazenby’s extensive palette of polished concrete hues.

The result is an elegant, highly adaptable and hardwearing surface, installed with Lazenby’s signature artisan craftsmanship.

  • MicroLux's slim 3mm profile and lightweight structure make installation easy even on upper floors.
    MicroLux's slim 3mm profile and lightweight structure make installation easy even on upper floors.
  • MicroLux can be used on floors, walls, worktops and surfaces.
    MicroLux can be used on floors, walls, worktops and surfaces.
  • MicroLux is available in smooth matt (shown), textured matt, satin and gloss finishes.
    MicroLux is available in smooth matt (shown), textured matt, satin and gloss finishes.
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10 reasons to specify MicroLux, Lazenby's alternative to polished concrete 

  • Versatility Lightweight structure is suitable for a range of projects, including multi-storey commercial and residential developments.
  • Installation Quick and simple with a drying time up to four times faster than polished concrete.
  • No floor removal Slim 3mm profile can be installed over existing floors.
  • Durability Ultra-tough formula is stain-proof, scratch-resistant and 100 per cent waterproof.
  • Low toxicity High-tech eco-resin composition is low VOC with no solvent-based varnish or lacquer required.
  • Slip-free safety Achieves +36PTV in the wet.
  • Precision elegance Can be moulded to any design concept across floors, walls and surfaces.
  • Colours Bespoke and preset options matched to Lazenby’s most popular polished concrete shades.
  • Finishes Available in smooth or textured matt, satin and gloss.
  • Seamless design No weld or grout lines required.

With installation by a team of expert master craftsmen, MicroLux combines an exquisite concrete-effect finish with unbeatable functionality and endurance.

MicroLux is on display in Lazenby’s London showroom.

For more information and technical support, visit lazenby.co.uk/microlux

Contact:
info@lazenby.co.uk


 

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