What parts of modular clinical systems consist of?


  • Laminate Worktop: 30 mm strong post-formed laminated Chipboard, 3 mm PVC edgebanding
  • Glass Worktop: 18 mm strong Tempered Glass formed via thermal process
  • Acrylic Worktop: 30 mm strong antibacterial, %100 Acrylic Solid Surface worktop


  • 0,90 mm thick DKP-Steel Frame
  • Phosphate coated base before further paint coating
  • Producible in all RAL colour shades with an electrostatic powder coating
  • Modular unit systems with drawers and doors
  • Double-walled drawer and door fronts for optimal noise reduction
  • Options for Basic, Telescopic and Soft-Closing Drawer Slides

Door & Drawer Covers

Metal Door & Cover:

  • Manufactured in special shapes and double-walled for optimal noise reduction.
  • Producible in all RAL colour shades with an electrostatic powder coating

High Gloss:

  • Comes with a glossy finish and due to its material, these covers are resistant against most chemicals and scratch-resistant.
  • Guarantees a neat and nice look due to its PVC edge banding.


Coated Plinth:

  • Integrated into the cabinet, levelling feet with black plastic base, the

INOX Plinth:

  • Complete INOX Plinth with a height of 14 cm

Square Legs:

  • Square Legs: Square Legs with a height of 15 cm

I want to open a dentistry clinic, where should I start?

Every Project and client is uniqe in their needs and require utmost attention to their individual deatails so in order to achieve the best results. We make it easy for our clients to overcome the desicion process by 3 steps.



In light of our client requirements, the product line is selected from our wide variety of product selection cataloge, as well as the desired collors. They will be the base of our next step.


Planning and design

In this stage, we take the precise measurements of the area and use the previously selected product line and combine them with requirements of the client in a 3D visual apearance. We work with our client to customize the premises to maximize the efficency.



Once every detail is agreed upon, a final 3D presentation of the interior will be submitted for our client aproval. This is be the last step, where the client sees exacly how the new premises will look like once it is finished.