CeaserStone For Countertops

Originally used as kitchen tops CeaserStone are now also being used for bathrooms, wall panelling and quartz flooring to name but a few areas.  What makes CeasarStone such a popular choice for interior spaces?  It offers four times the strength and can withstand twice as much impact as a granite top while also outperforming marble.  Consumers the world over prefer CeaserStone.  When used for kitchen countertops you can rest assured that it is stain, scratch, heat and water resistant.  International Slab Sales (Pty) Ltd is the only distributor of the quartz countertop surfaces in South Africa.

CeaserStone quartz surfaces promise to deliver.  Apart from being scratch and stain resistant in is basically maintenance free and does not require any waxing or sealant making it a firm favourite for the kitchen.  The installation is an easy procedure and can be made as thin and as large as you want reducing the number of joints making it very cost effective.  Extra wide surface slabs are available making it very popular and convenient.  You are looking at a slab measuring 144 x 306 cm’s, and a thickness of either 20mm or 30mm.  If you are looking at value for money and something that will last for years then you should really consider a CeasarStone surface.

How are these surfaces and countertops manufactured?  The raw material will after inspection be fed into mixers and blended.  The then follows the moulding, pressing, curing and polishing process after which it will go through a quality inspection and then labelled.  How do all the procedures work?  After blending the raw material in the mixer it gets poured into the slab moulds after which the slabs will be compacted through the use of a vacuum and a vibrating process all done at a pressure of 100 tons.  The slabs are then put in the curing kiln for 45 minutes.  This process is vital for the strength and solidness of the slabs.  The slabs are then polished to an impeccable finish in either the polished, honed or viento surface texture.  The final step before labelling the slabs is the quality inspection to ensure the customer receives only the best quality.

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