New BetoPur design slab

The company FCN, based in Fulda, Germany, banks for its new BetoPur design slabs on structure, nature and tactile perception – and is therefore very much in line with the “back to the roots” trend that is going away from smooth fair-faced concrete and leading toward high-quality, ground and finely sand-blasted surface processing for a velvety soft feel that opens up puristic and stylistically confident design possibilities.

Four colors in warm (brown) and cooler (gray) shades, and the two sizes 40 x 40 cm and 60 x 40 cm, offer variation potentials for various styles. In line with modern and clean or elegant Mediterranean surface design – BetoPur, owing to the natural stone grains on the surface exposed by grinding, permits interesting design possibilities on patios, in the garden and around the house.

The advantages of BetoPur can be readily felt in summer when walking on it barefoot. The concrete slab of 4 cm thickness is also especially weather-resistant and slip-proof and is therefore an all-around modern concrete slab with a robust core and a velvety surface.

F.C. Nüdling Betonelemente
GmbH + Co. KG
Ruprechtstr. 24
36037 Fulda/Germany
+49 661 8387-0

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