The fight to control infections in healthcare facilities is no longer just a facility issue. Today, helping with infection control is a healthcare design issue and the surfaces that you specify play an important role in helping you create safe and healthy environments.
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Click here to view the patient room Corian® 2020 prototype sell sheet.
DuPont is pleased to be a leading partner in helping you achieve your healthcare design goals with DuPont™ Corian® solid surfaces. A growing network of contractors, trained to work in healthcare facilities, can ensure that your designs meet critical standards. For example:
Corian® meets all of the 18 characteristics of a preferred surface as defined in the 2006 Guidelines for Design and Construction of Healthcare Facilities, published by Facilities Guideline Institute and AIA.
Corian® has been evaluated in accordance with ANSI/UL Standard 723 Test for Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials by the Underwriters Laboratory, Inc., an independent product safety certification organization.
Corian® is NSF/ANSI 51 Certified for food contact. NSF is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization certifying products and setting standards for food, water and consumer goods.
Corian® is also certified as a low VOC emitting material by the GREENGUARD® Environmental Institute, an ANSI Authorized Standards Developer establishing indoor air standards for indoor products and buildings.
Corian® is also GREENGUARD® listed for microbial resistance.
To view the Corian® Health Product Declaration, click here.
CERTIFICATIONS - Voluntary 3rd Party Certifications, not mandated
|Underwriters Laboratory of Canada:
|Scientific Certification Systems:
Commercial Food Contact
|National Green Building Certification:
Green Approved Product
|GREENGUARD Environmental Institute:
Low VOC Emitting Material
|RoHS - Restriction of Hazardous Substances:
Resistance Listing Program