Sintered Stone Countertop VS Quartz Countertop from buzai232's blog

Sintered Stone Countertop VS Quartz Countertop

If you’re in the market for a new kitchen countertop, you likely have one burning question: What are the most popular countertops? And then also these: Are they durable? Are they expensive? What are the pros and cons of them?... So many questions!Get more news about Sintered Stone,you can vist our website!

Luckily,today we will mainly discuss two kinds of popular countertop -sintered stone countertop and quartz countertop.Now let’s get into it!Sintered stone is a super large new porcelain material made of natural raw materials through special process, pressed with a press of more than 10000 tons (more than 15000 tons), combined with advanced production technology and fired at a high temperature of more than 1200 ℃, which can withstand the processing processes of cutting, drilling, grinding and so on.

What is sintering?

Sintering is the process of combining a variety of materials into a solid piece. This process actually imitates the natural process of creating granite.

Basically, the sintering process is an artificial version of the high temperature and high pressure produced by the earth on the material to form a specific surface.The sintered surface is made of natural materials through the engineering sintering process, simulating the natural compression and heat of the environment.

The sintered surface gives people the illusion of natural defects and unique quality. Sintered stones can look like natural stones, wood, or even smooth surfaces.

This kind of stone can be made into various colors, shapes, sizes and textures, while still using natural materials. This stone is a relatively light material that requires less surface structural elements. is the most ever-lasting surface you can get

The Mohs hardness of a sintered stone countertop is grade 6-7, which can resist scratching and trying to scratch. The higher the Mohs hardness, the less likely it is to leave scratches on the surface.The hardness of quartz is between 5-6.

with A1 grade fire resistance , a sintered stone countertop will not deform in direct contact with high-temperature objects. It will not produce any physical changes (shrinkage, rupture, discoloration) or emit any gas or smell when encountering an open fire of 2000 ℃.

A sintered stone countertop is also corrosion-resistant.It is resistant to various chemicals, including solutions, disinfectants, etc. is very easy to clean

A smooth texture, making a sintered stone countertop easy to clean and maintain. The surface is not porous which means that spills will be easily wiped away while dirt or dust won't stick to the surface, so you don't need to worry about time consuming cleaning routine. is really healthy

The surface of a sintered stone countertop can be in direct contact with food. It is made of pure natural material. It is 100% recyclable, non-toxic and radiation-free. At the same time,a sintered stone countertop also fully meets the needs of human sustainable development, health and environmental protection.

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