Kann GmbH Baustoffwerke

New Vanity product family

Kann, following the trend to more individuality, high-quality surfaces and elegant appearance, developed the Vanity concrete block in sanitized dark gray and satinized light gray. The velvety surface is finished with special brushes to expose the natural aggregates and gives it at the same time a smooth finish.

KannTec10 provides the pavement with added stability and ensures a clean joint pattern. Vanity pavers are available in sizes 60 x 30 cm, 30 x 20 cm and now also in the large formats 60 x 60 cm and 120 x 60 cm of 8 cm thickness. Steps of lengths 50 and 100 cm are also new additions to the...

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