- is a high-quality material that combines natural raw materials: quartz and granite, and the most recent technologies of mixing, pressing and using a brand new method of vibration compression. Thanks to this specialised treatment, the final stone has a variety of textures and differentiated colours. Quartz-granite consists of 94% natural quartz and granite, which provides it with exceptional hardness and incredible resistance, and bound with polyester resin it becomes flexible.
It makes a perfect surface for kitchen and bathroom countertops, floors and wall claddings, thresholdless shower trays, sinks, characterised by zero water absorption and minimal joints.
Quartz-granite is cared for with commonly used, non-aggressive kitchen cleaners. If intensive cleaning is necessary (e.g. removal of built-up fat, limescale deposits etc.), the cleaning agents listed in the Cleaning Maintenance Manual can be used. After using these products, it is necessary to wash the surface with a mild cleaner and clean water.
Advantages of quartz-granite:
- High resistance to mechanical and chemical damage
- Scratch and impact resistant
- Easy care
- Non-absorbent and stain resistant
- The product has certificates allowing for contact with food
- Does not contain any toxic substances
- The whitest slab on the market
- Uniformity of colour enabling seamless joining of panels
- A wide range of colours, patterns and surfaces
- NSF certified holder. TechniStone® is suitable for contact with food
- Health product declaration for humans (HPD)
- Certified by the American TCNA institute for zero volatile organic compound content.
- is made of natural materials such as shale clays, granite rocks and ceramic pigments. It does not emit any substances into the environment and can be easily ground and then recycled for use in other production processes. The granulate is first compressed and then as a result of the use of innovative technology – sintering the granulate in a hybrid furnace –fired at a temperature of 1220°C. The sintered quartz slab produced in this way is perfectly flat and can be later cut or finished with total dimensional accuracy.
Suitable both indoors and outdoors. Perfect for floor and wall cladding, partitions and balustrades, suspended ceilings, decorative and finishing elements, renovations, insulation panels, tunnels, underground passages, kitchen and bathroom countertops, wardrobes, tables, benches, doors, furniture making.
Advantages of sintered quartz:
- High UV resistance does not fade or deteriorate over time
- High scratch resistance
- Resistant to discoloration
- Very low porosity and does not contain resins, therefore it is resistant to chemical agents
- High resistance to fire and high temperatures; hot pots and other utensils can be safely placed directly on the countertop surface
- Abrasion resistant, making it ideal for use in commercial facilities and other high traffic areas
- The sinter has lifetime durability and does not require renovation or repositioning
- Freeze and thaw resistance
- Excellent mechanical parameters
- The sintered quartz bending strength is five times greater than the granite strength
- High compressive strength of sintered quartz means that it is an ideal material for arcades, pavements and driveways
- Permanent colours. The process of producing sintered quartz allows for full control of the dyeing and decorative pattern of the material, which results in greater colour consistency in individual panels and a more durable product that does not fade with time
- Repeatable dimensions. The slabs have very precise and stable dimensions and thickness, which minimizes the need for adjustments during assembly and facilitates installation
- Resistance to hydrolysis
- is a natural stone, it is the most common deep igneous rock. Present in all eras and on all continents, it belongs to the minerals that make up the earth’s crust. According to the definition proposed by the subcommittee of the International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS), granite is a rock containing 80-100% by volume of main minerals: quartz, alkaline feldspars and plagioclase. Moreover, granite has orthoclase, black mica - biotite and a number of other minerals. In Poland, granite is obtained mainly from the Karkonosze, Strzelin and Strzegom massifs. It is difficult to find such a rock and it requires a great effort to exploit blocks of stone, and, on top of it, in such a manner that they could be used in construction or other applications that meet the expectations of designers, contractors and final customers. As large blocks are available, it is feasible to cut and polish them so that aesthetic values as well as strength and acid resistance could be taken advantage of in construction as a building stone (blocks, curbs, cubes, grits) and decorative component (cladding panels).
As a building material, kitchen countertops, bathroom countertops, granite window sills, floors, stairs, as a decorative stone and in road construction.
Advantages of granite:
- Resistance to chemical agents
- Resistance to acid
- Easily processed and installed
- Resistant to mechanical damage
- Wide use both indoors and outdoors