Quartz Slabs

Overview of Quartz Slabs

It is specimen of a mineral which is crystallising as a result of intense pressure is known as quartz. It is made up of two parts of oxygen and one component silicon as a chemical combination. It is regarded as the mineral that is most common on Earth’s surface. It rose to the top of the list of useful minerals thanks to its special qualities.

This material, meantime, is available in a variety of hues, sheens, and forms. Among the prominent quartz variations are amethyst, rose quartz, onyx, and tiger’s eye. Sedimentary, metamorphic, and igneous rocks all contain a lot of it. It has a well-known excellent resistance to mechanical and chemical weathering.

Regarding applications, the hue, diaphaneity, and lustre of the quartz make it perfect as a gemstone and for glass production. This material is valuable in electronics goods because of its heat resistance and electrical characteristics.

Engineered Quartz Slabs

Quartz is found in clusters and does not naturally form stone blocks like granite does. Although some individuals are interested in using this material in their kitchen design, quartz is generally thought to be undesirable in its natural state for countertops and other large slab applications.

However, quartz can be transformed into different forms, such as an open-pit engineered stone, to make it appropriate for slab applications. Popular names for engineered quartz include reconstituted stone and re-composed stone. Quartz aggregated chips, colours, additives, and resin binders are used in various combinations during the manufacturing process.

Engineered quartz stone is available in a huge variety of hues, textures, and patterns for slab and countertop applications. The texture can be either coarse or fine, depending on how it was made. The glittering finish can then be achieved by combining it with glass and other reflective materials. High-end and sturdy uses are possible when granite’s durability is paired with quartz’s non-porous nature.

Manufacturing Process of Quartz Slabs

While examining the production of quartz stone, we will also examine the production of raw quartz and gain an understanding of how raw quartz is produced before being provided to the industries producing quartz stone. Quartz is one of the most popular B2B materials extracted and processed for local and international supply due to its practical and necessary qualities. This mineral will go through an extraction process up until the actual manufacturing processing as part of the production process.

  1. Extraction of Quartz
  2. Processing of Quartz
  3. Supplying of Quartz

It is not unexpected that the mining and production processes are advancing as the market for quartz material is expanding. Quartz has the beauty of being incredibly adaptable, allowing it to be employed in a variety of settings, including jewellery, larger industry, and interior design. Because quartz is manufactured with great care and attention, everyone may anticipate high-end use and distinct advantages.

Sizes available

Slab 2 CM118″ (300 cm)55″ (140 cm)3/4″ (2 cm)
Slab 3 CM118″ (300 cm)55″ (140 cm)1 1/4″ (3 cm)
Blank 2 CM118″ (300 cm)25.5″ (65 cm)3/4″ (2 cm)
Blank 3 CM118″ (300 cm)25.5″ (65 cm)1 1/4″ (3 cm)
Tile12″ (30.5 cm)12″ (30.5 cm)7/16″ (1.2 cm)