Solid Surface Sheets

These are the ideal material for commercial applications because of their beauty, durability, aesthetics, design flexibility and color choices. The surfaces are crafted from a unique blend of acrylic resins and natural materials, allowing the material to be cut, shaped and formed to fit a range of designs. Best of all, unlike other surfacing materials, Zare Solid Surfaces can be used in many applications where sanitation is of utmost importance, such as retail kitchens, hospitals, laboratories, playrooms, schools, public restrooms and workspaces - just to name a few.

Zare Solid Surfaces can be fabricated and installed in almost any application with invisible seams, making this product truly "solid" in surfacing material. Zare Solid Surfaces further reveal their flexibility and usability on integrated sinks and back splashes by combining beauty, design, and practicality.



Forst Carrara

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Bianco White

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Calista Cream

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Giallo Yellow

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Arancione Orange

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Rosso Red

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Crema Nova

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Noir Black

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Sheet Specification:
Sheet Thickness in MM Sheet Width in MM Sheet Length in MM
6 760 2440
12 760 2440
  • Versatility of design and pattern choice
  • Stain and chemical resistance
  • Non-porous structure
  • Effortless fabrication and seamless installation
  • Countertops
  • Vanity top
  • Kitchen tops
  • Wall Cladding
  • Office desks
  • Window sills
  • Sinks and more
  • Door frames
Specification Data Sheet:
Characteristics Results Test method
Density (kg/m3) 1.74 ASTM D792
Barcol Hardness 62 ASTM D785
Water Absorbed 0.04% ASTM D570
Stain Resistance
Coffee No Effect ANSI Z 124
Olive Oil
Fly Spray
Ink Washable
10% Household Ammonia Solution
1 % Iodine
Shoe Polish
10% Citric Acid Solution
Amyl Acetate
Cigarette Test No Stain DIN68861
Izod Impact Strength (J/m) 25th-ibs/in of no tch ASTM D256
Maximum Tensile Strength (MPA) 37.4 ASTM D638:2000
  • Colours may vary from the sample to sheets and lot to lot.
  • ZP - 304 & ZP - 306 not recommended for Table Top Application.

Instructions Of Dispensing Gun (50ml)

I.Preparation: Dispensing gun, Drive rod, ZARE adhesive with dual cartridge (50ml), Motionless mixer

II.Push up the gear switch

III.Unfold the top lid

IV.Keep the gear switch up and take the drive rod into dispensing gun. Make sure the gear side is downward.

V. Push the drive tod into dispensing gun

VI.Turn aside and pull the drive rod to the end

VII. Unscrew the cap of dual cartridge

VIII.Insert the dual cartridge into dispensing gun

IX.Squeeze trigger gently to make A and B adhesive appear from the dual cartridge

X.Attach motionless mixer onto the dual cartridge

XI.Screw down the motionless mixer

XII.Squeeze out the initial adhesive before using



Individual ZARE Solid Surfaces Sheets can be handled manually. In order to keep the integrity of the material and for your safety and the safety of others, it is important to follow the specific procedures listed below:

  1. Always handle one sheet at a time.
  2. Sheets should be handled on its side and never flat.
  3. Safety gloves, shoes, and proper back supports are required.
  4. Never try to carry an entire sheet on your own.


  • Flat evenly supported racking systems or floors (use pallets)
  • A-frames (base of the sheets need to be fully supported)
  • Store sheets for easy access and verification of color identification and lot numbers.
  • Avoid extreme weather / temperature conditions. Optimum storage temperatures are 13° C ~ 32° C
  • Do not stack pallets over 5 pallets (10 sheets per pallet). Illustration (3.1-c) Handling an


DO not cut the Material before Visible Inspection and Material Process is completed.

1. Remove the protective film from the material.

Color Matching, Sheet direction Inspect all material prior to fabrication. Note that some veined material has a directional pattern or veining. Layout Zare sheets to provide the customer with the best visual appearance.

  • Inspect run numbers
  • Remove peel coat and inspect for color variation, color match and defects
  • Veined or directional patterns will require more specialized layout

An essential element to sheet inspection is checking for color match. The composition of Zare produces slight color variations between production cycles due to the innate and complex blending of natural minerals and man-made acrylics. This characteristic is inherent in the product, hence the strict guidelines set forth below: Zare does not guarantee color match. It is up to the fabricator to insure acceptable color match between sheets. Color match can be checked in three ways:

A). By conducting a trial color match.
B). By using sheets from the same pallet.
C).By checking that the code printed on the underside of all sheets is within a specified range.

A. Trial Color Match

  1. Cut a representative strip from the intended sheets to be seamed.
  2. Seam these pieces together. Use cyanoacrylate glue for fast and simple adhesion.
  3. Polish to intended finish.
  4. Visually inspect the seam to ensure that exact color match is achieved.
B. Same Pallet

A Helpful Hint: Either leave the batch numbers on the sheets or record them for each job Never assume sheets will color match where batch numbers are missing. Always do a trial color match. When completing a trial color match, complete final visual inspection in lighting conditions similar to that found on the job. Never inspect in bright light such as direct sunlight.

Note: The pattern on MIST White and Pearl sheets is random and may not have the same color and veined intensity between sheets. Inspect the surface of solid colors for any color inconsistency.

  • With directional patterns, consider also edge build up and backsplash matching For Pearl sheets cut both sides of the sheet approximately ½” to ¾” to obtain consistent pattern and veining characteristics. This cut off material can also be used for the build-up strips, seam blocks, etc. Trim ½” – ¾”
  • Determine seam locations. Avoid locations; o within cutouts o Less than 3” from a cooktop or sink cutout o over dishwashers o In corners
  • Wet the edges between sheets to be seamed to help determine color match.

    Check for pattern irregularities in particulate color sheets.

    It is especially important to check the areas near the edges of the sheet.

    If any obvious irregular distribution of particles is visible to the eye, isolate the sheet for inspection by your Authorized Distributor of Zare

    Zare has engineered the particulate Colors of Zare to have random particle distribution throughout the sheet, including the thickness. Part of random distribution is that sometimes particles will congregate in one area or will be segregated in another.

    There is no way to predict this phenomenon, and we feel it is one of the many beauties of Zare

    Since it is an end toward which Zare strives, random particle distribution is considered neither a product nor a manufacturing defect. Because of the acrylic resin used for particulate Colors of Zare particles slightly under the surface can be seen.

    So, depending on how deep into the sheet particles may be, particles may appear to be different shades or to be different colors. Also since some colors have different size and color particles, some particles are more visible than others. These features are more examples of the beauty of Zare and are not defects. When making long seams for islands or peninsulas, the best pattern match might be obtained by butting edges from the same side of the pallet on consecutive sheets. If pattern match is off, try spinning one of the sheets 180°.

    • An important step in the process of sanding is to thoroughly clean the top between steps or grit changes. You can do so with a spray bottle of water or preferably denatured alcohol and a clean white rag. Cleaning off sanding dust between steps allow for a more consistent and high quality finish.
    • Apply equal pressure and overlapping coverage in both directions of the top. For example, left to right and front to back. Complete one direction before starting the other.
    • Change or clean your sandpaper as you sand as it will get loaded and become less efficient. As you get to a more detailed finish the sandpapers will load more quickly. If care is not taken to keep the sandpaper clean, it will impair your ability to achieve a high quality, consistent finish. In a gloss situation, you may never achieve it.

    Matte Finish (Preferred)

    • To achieve a matte finish, you can either use a grit or a micron system. Remember the numbering system or grades of papers between grit and micron systems are opposite to one another.
    • First, use a 120 Grit or 100 micron abrasive. Once this step has been completed, remember to clean the top and switch papers to a 180 or 220 Grit
    • Finally, clean the top once again and surface the top with Scotch brite pad.
    • If you are working with a dark or black color, you may have to add an additional third step in sanding. This will require a 320-400 Grit. If this is done, you will then want to clean the top and then surface the top with a Ultra Fine Scotch brite pad.

    Satin Finish

    • If you wish to achieve a satin finish follow the same steps expressed to achieve a Matte Finish on a dark color. Use a 120 Grit/IOO Micron, then switch to a 180-220 Grit/60 Micron. Remember to clean the top between steps. - Next –
    • You will want sand the top using 320-400 Grit/30 Micron paper. Clean the top. • Finally, you will surface the top with a Ultra Fine Scotch brite pad. Clean the top once again and examine the final finish.

    Gloss Finish

    • Follow the steps to the Satin Finish specification, but do not use the pad yet. As you reach the 320-400 Grit/30 Micron step, you will need to add a few additional steps. - Next –
    • Sand the top using 600-900 Grit/15 Micron paper. Thoroughly clean the top. Remember to check the loading of your paper during the process and replace it frequently as necessary to maintain a consistent finish. - Next - Polishing Procedures
    • Remember to note that HI-Gloss finishes on dark colors are not recommended in high traffic areas, as the finish will show wear very quickly and require constant maintenance.

    Storing Zare Solid Surfaces Sheets Zare Solid Surfaces sheets should be stored inside, away from outside weather conditions, on a storage system to provide full support to the entire length and width of the material so that it is perfectly leveled. This must be done in order to prevent any warping and damage to the materials when store


  • For Bending application, ensure the surface should have a minimum radius of 2.5 inches or more.
  • Before thermoforming the sheet, cut the piece to the required dimension with 1 inch extra from all the sides.
  • Heat the inner part of the sheet more and the finishing surface less using a hot gun.
  • Check manually the flexibility of the sheet and derived as to what extend minimum or maximum bending possible as per your work area. For bending you need a smart workmanship.
  • After bending the sheet, clamp it to the surface by inserting small pieces of sheet in between the clamp and the bended sheet, to avoid the impression of the clamp.
  • Remove the clamps after 20 minutes and you can continue your process.


  • Visual Inspection Warping Less than 1/16" per 10' of material
  • Foreign Particle Less than 3 visible particles per sheet
  • Color Match Same Lot Bloch Less than 3 visible particles per sheet
  • White Spots Less than 3 visible particles per sheet
  • Discoloration -None
  • Partical Distribution - Even Distribution
  • Pit Holes - None
  • Uneven Sanding – None
  • CRACK – None
  • Concave – None


Product Description Zare Solid Surfaces methyl methacrylate adhesive (MMA) is a specially formulated 10:1 ratio decorative solid surface adhesive. Zare Solid Surfaces adhesive is translucent, U.V. stable, nonyellowing and readily accepts pigments for color matching applications. It offers excellent adhesion to all types of solid surface products, including dense cast polyester, acrylic, and formulations that include both acrylic and polyester blends. Zare Solid Surfaces adhesive has a working time of 8–12 minutes and products seamed with Zare Solid Surfaces adhesive may be handled 55 minutes after application. Fabrication of bonded parts (sanding, finishing, routing) may take place within one hour after assembly of parts. Zare Solid Surfaces adhesive has excellent performance in U.V. light, impact resistance, wear resistance, scuffing, staining, and in resisting water penetration, including boiling water. For visible guidance see our website -