Each material has its advantages. Unfortunately, it also has its drawbacks.
Wood, for example, is visually attractive, but it cannot assert itself against rain and cold. Only time-consuming maintenance helps against decay. Concrete, however, is very durable, but it is also difficult to transport. It is simply too heavy for many applications. Besides, concrete gets water marks over the years, and begins to flake. Steel, in turn, is flexible, and can be used for various things, if not for the corrosion! And stainless steel has its price. This also applies to new plastics, where the ecological balance sheet is also devastating.
And then there's hanit®.
Unlike wood or steel, the weather cannot harm it. hanit® is also easy on the back and the purse, in other words: it is lighter than concrete and cheaper than stainless steel. But above all, virtually any product can be made out of this high-tech material. Due to its individual composition, hanit® can be adapted to any application.
Building and Construction
Groundwork and Surfaces
Furniture and Outdoor Spaces