Round Quartz Eable Top

Quartz countertops are made with crushed quartz mixed with resin, in a ratio of around 93% quartz to 7% resin. They are man-made, which means the variety of colours and patterns is endless. So if you are after a very particular look quartz countertops are more predictable. A quartz countertop...

Product Details

Description

Quartz Stone

Material

93% quartz powder, 5% resin and 2% pigment.

Model No

SS3287   Tornado

Color

Grey

Size

Quartz slab: 3000x1400mm,3000x1600mm,   3200x1400mm, 3200x1600mm etc.

Quartz cut-to-size: 1200mm X 1200mm, 1200mm X 800mm, 800mm X 800mm, 600   X 600mm, 600 X 300mm, 300 X 300mm, etc.

Quartz countertop: 96"x36", 96"x25-1/2", 78"x25-1/2",   78"x36", 72"x36", 96"x16",etc.

Quartz island: 96"X36", 76"X36", 98"X42",   76"X42", 86"X42".

Quartz vanity top: 25"x19"/22", 31"x19"/22",   37"x19" /22", 49"x19"/22",   61"x19"/22"(single or double sinks).

Thickness

15mm, 18mm, 20mm, 30mm.

Density

2.35 (g/cm3)

Mpa(flexural   strength)

25.00

Samples

Supply for Free , 100X100mm

Payment   Term

30% deposit by T/T, 70% balance on sight of the copy B/L

Package

Strong Wooden Crates with Fumigated, Foam Wrapped

Ideal Use

Countertop, Island, Vanity Top, Bathtub, Sink, Floor and Wall Tiles,   Step, Window Sills etc.

Quartz countertops are made with crushed quartz mixed with resin, in a ratio of around 93% quartz to 7% resin. They are man-made, which means the variety of colours and patterns is endless. So if you are after a very particular look quartz countertops are more predictable. A quartz countertop can look like marble or granite or nothing else.

 

 

Quartz countertops do not need to be sealed. Quartz is a non-porous material, it  is also treated to be bacteriostatic, which means bacteria won’t be able to grow and reproduce on it. Incredibly important for a kitchen or any food preparing surface!

 

Quartz is heat resistant. But, be careful when using hot pots and pans, or even hot hair tools.  However, we must still advise that you continue using the precautionsas you would normally to prevent and lower any risk of damage at all. You should avoid putting these hot pans or pots directly on the countertop, so it’s best to use a hot pad or trivet underneath.

 

 

 

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