Product

Dreen®
Magna

Durable, spacious and robust. The use of large-format slabs on rooftop terraces creates large areas with few joints. Try combining different formats and colours to create a durable and trendy outdoor space.

MULTIPLE FORMATS

Dreen®Magna slabs are available in a 60 x 60 cm format with thicknesses of 4.4 or 6 cm and in the formats 100 x 50 or 100 x 100 cm, both in a 6 cm thickness. The 4.4 cm-thick slab is ideal for small rooftop terraces, balconies and loggias. The 6 cm-thick slab is more suitable for large public terraces and galleries subject to intensive use. For heavy-duty applications on the roof, we recommend the Dreen®Robusto.

RANGE OF COLOURS AND FINISHES

The Dreen®Magna is available in two different finishes: comfort and texture. The comfort line is distinguished by its velvet-smooth surface. In this perfectly smooth slabs, the granulates are not visible. The finish of the texture range has a slightly rougher but nonetheless refined structure. The various textures, formats and colours can be endlessly combined, to create trendy outdoor rooftop spaces.

RAISED LEVELS WITH LARGE-FORMAT SLABS

To raise and balance the levels of large format rooftop slabs, depending on the format, we work with one of two systems. The 60×60 format is laid using the fixplate system on DNS®. The slab system and fixplate guarantee tight seams and a durable rooftop terrace. The most suitable support system for the 100 x 100 and 100×50 slabs is DNS®Large. DNS®Large offers optimum pressure distribution for working with the largest format slabs on the roof. The system, with its large pressure distribution foot and disc and the DNS® tube guarantee a stable fixture for the slabs and clean lines. The slabs can also be laid to follow any angled roof sections.

DRY ROOF SURFACE

The application of Hydro-M protects the slabs against efflorescence and makes them easier to clean. In addition, they absorb less water and dry quickly. The result is a clean and attractive rooftop terrace. Using DNS®Large also keeps walking surfaces dry as any water escapes through the joints between the slabs.