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Hidden dangers and precautions buried in quartz stone countertop processing

Apr 03, 2019

In daily life, the most exposed and frequently used plate in the family is the countertop in the kitchen. The choice of purchasing and making the countertop is more important. The quartz stone plate is made of high hardness of quartz sand and high-frequency pressing under vacuum conditions, so quartz The board becomes the preferred face material for the countertop. What are the hidden dangers in the production of artificial quartz stone countertops? How to avoid it in processing?


Like other material countertops, quartz stone countertops  are also composed of several elements such as countertops, water retaining, hanging edges, basin holes, cooktop holes, and gas pipe holes. The biggest problem that may exist in these processes is the chipping in the opening, which is one of the causes of the cracking of the table. During the handling, it is forbidden to crack the plate and cause cracks at the later stage to avoid opening holes in the site.


First look at the precautions for the opening, splicing and opening. Before the material is opened, compare the two plates used for color difference to avoid affecting the appearance of the table. Splicing is an important part, especially for seamless stitching. Try to avoid using marble glue. It is recommended to use resin glue matching the plate (requires Quartz Stone  manufacturer to modulate or be specified by the manufacturer)


Let's look at the opening. After the countertop processing, many people will choose to open the hole in the factory. It is worth noting that the opening should be rounded, and the right-angle opening is likely to have a great impact on the cracking of the countertop! Grinding on both sides of the splicing seam should use water mill, try to be consistent with the luminosity of the sheet surface; sanding is not fine, and the dust will be dirty and dirty after grinding for a long time, which is difficult to clean; affecting the appearance of the countertop.