Shirasu-Sotonkabe

 

  1. Stylish coloring with minimal fading and deterioratio 

    Since Shirasu is an inorganic natural ceramic material, it is less likely to fade or deteriorate due to ultraviolet rays or weathering.Stylish colors and patterns are available to match any design project, from traditional to urban contemporary styles.

  2. Capability to withstand severe natural environments

    Wall surfaces composed of inorganic ceramic materials maintain high durability against frost, acid rain, and salt damage. As a nonflammable material comparable to mortar, there is no risk of toxic gases being generated in the event of a fire.

  3. High functionality that breaks through preconceived concepts 

    The thermal conductivity of Shirasu-Sotonkabe is approximately one-sixth that of mortar walls, and air is taken into the porous Shirasu particles to form a heat-insulating layer. As a result, it is less likely to transmit outside humidity inside, improving the efficiency of room heating and cooling.

 

   

 

Color

Color variations (total of 10 colors)

W-121

W-122

W-124

W-125

W-126

W-129

W-130

W-131

W-132

W-133

         
         

 

Finishing

Finishing pattern