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Avellaero by Paradise Grills.

Where Italian stone meets American technology.

Fortified by lava and pressure

Mount Vesuvius is widely regarded as one of the most historic and powerful volcanoes in the world. Located on the Gulf of Naples, Italy, best known for its famous Avellino eruption around 1800 BC.

The eruption produced deposits of aluminum, diamonds, gold, nickel, zinc, and copper, all contributing components to Italy’s solid surface porcelain stone innovation.

The Italian stone advantages

  • Lifetime color fade-resistant
  • Stain resistant and easy clean up
  • No sealing required
  • No oxidation
  • UV resistant
  • Easy maintenance
  • Smooth desirable finish
  • Best stone surface for outdoor use

American technology

NASA, since its founding, has been the dominant world leader in the advancement of aeronautics and space science.

NASA’s new innovative honeycomb structure is extremely strong, providing a desirable alternative to the aluminum frame architectures currently used for most aircraft and space shuttle airframes.

This cutting-edge six point hexagon technology that is now also utilized by the Space X program has a load-bearing capacity that exceeds 1,600 pounds per square inch.

Perfected by Paradise

Today, mega yacht and private jet manufacturers have made this new technology the gold standard for countertop surfaces within their luxurious crafts. Paradise Grills has further evolved this methodology perfecting the process by:

DIGITIZING the beauty
of italian stone

Digitally scanning the rarest and most desirable Italian Stones using a cutting edge process that scans at 1080 points per square inch for the highest resolution used in the stone industry.

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Reinforcing it
with NASA’s honeycomb

Adhering this stone to Nasa’s honeycomb with a proprietary aeronautical all-climate bonding and sealing technique, ensuring it will last for years of enjoyment.

Ready for more?

See our superior Avellaero Stone countertops on our Outdoor Kitchens and Island Bar collection.

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