Sintered stone is a new type of ultra-size porcelain slab made up of natural components, including quartz minerals, clays, feldspar, silica, natural mineral pigments, etc.
The mineral composition and stone particles are carefully selected based on the quality, color, and texture.
The manufacturing process applies modern advanced technology to imitate the formation of natural stone. The roller machine (over 4,200 tons of weight) presses and shapes the raw materials at a high temperature of more than 1,200°C. This is exactly what marble and granite experienced thousands of years before they were formed. In this way, the particles can be permanently and firmly bonded together without the need for resins or adhesives, perfectly recreating the texture and feel of precious natural stone.
Generally, the sintered stone is made to look like natural materials, such as stones, wood, and other smooth or textured surfaces. And it can withstand high-intensity machining, which includes cutting, drilling, and grinding. Therefore, it is often processed into sintered stone furniture, like sintered stone dining tables, sintered stone countertop, etc.
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The sintered stone slab is a new and innovative covering material. It is made of 100% natural minerals, which are pressed by extremely high pressure (over 3900 PSI) and fired (over 1200 ℃) in a kiln. This gives the product outstanding physical and mechanical properties in terms of compaction, resistance, and durability. The production process of sintered stone slab as follows:
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The raw materials are spread evenly as large format slabs shape by an advanced spreading machine. And 3 thickness are available: 3mm/6mm/12mm.
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The popularity of sintered slab has steadily grown in recent years, and it is foreseeable that it will be the trend of the future.
As the sintered slab adds much value to both interior and exterior designs, it enjoys a wide range of application, usually including indoor living room, bedroom, kitchen, bathroom & balcony, outdoor garden patios, landscaping, gardening, furniture like countertop, vanity, tabletop, cabinet, and some public premises.
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