Materials

The soul of our product has always been the design, we just cannot understand a project if it doesn’t transmit feelings. We need our product to excite people so we give lots of care and effort to our finishes. We have a great range of combinations which can adapt our kitchens to our clients’ rooms whilst always paying special attention to detail.

The materials used for manufacturing DOCA kitchens and wardrobes are very diverse, and we take care to update our catalogue of doors at least once a year. Many resources from the R+D department go into making this, from traditional laminates, varnishes and lacquers to special new innovative veneers, solid wood, new kinds of lacquer, steel, porcelain… including of course display cabinet doors with many combinations of glass/frames.

Low density laminates

Doors of 22 mm thickness, nished on both sides, selected for their design and quality

High density laminates

The laminates nishes have the same features of MFC nishes but with a..

Lacquers

Lacquered Doors in M.D.F. of 22 mm thickness with acrylic base and dierent lacquer layers. Lacquers..

Wood

DOCA manufactures all of its products using top quality hardwood, treated in special dryers...

Glass

Doors with steel frames in dierent colours. Glass finishes can be in translucent...

Steel

Door rolled in steel on the front side and in aluminium on the back side (FACTORY)...

Porcelain

Manufactured in 22mm thick with 6mm thick porcelain on steel nish aluminum ..

About Us

Muebles de cocina DOCA, leaders in INNOVATION, ELEGANCE AND QUALITY. We design and manufacture top quality DOCA kitchen furniture and wardrobes, we are environmentally friendly, only using certified wood.

 

Contact

MUEBLES DE COCINA DOCA, S.L.
Pol. Ind. Valldepins, Parcelas 33-37
43550 Ulldecona (Trg) - Spain
+34 977 72 17 83
info@doca.es

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