Quartz conglomerate – its application
Quartz conglomerate also known as quartz-granite is composed of natural quartz (95%), polymer resins and other ingredients (5%). It differs substantially from other natural stones like marble or granite in terms of its physical and chemical properties.
Quartz conglomerate - its properties
Quartz-granite is a mixture of natural quartz and elastic resin with silver ions added, owing to which the material acquires antibacterial properties. Additionally, the risk of mould and mildew is reduced to the minimum.
Due to its antibacterial properties, quart-granite is extensively used in the production of sanitary fittings both for private and public facilities, which are particularly at risk of being infected. Washbasins, stairs or kitchen worktops made of quartz-granite are ideal for guesthouses, hotels, swimming pols or hospitals.
The production of quart-granite is quite complex. Before reaching its final form, quart-granite undergoes mechanical treatment during which elastic resin and other chemical ingredients are added thus increasing its durability. Quart-granite slabs are pressed with ultra high pressurised water and at a very high temperature, owing to which, we obtain a product, which is resistant to any kind of chemicals and which is safe when used.
Quartz-granite is most frequently sold in the form of 2 cm and 3 cm thick slabs. Their dimensions can differ depending on the producer.
Quartz-granite works great as a countertop for a kitchen and a bathroom. It is a particularly durable material, distinguished by its colouring. Moreover, thanks to the application of modern technologies, quartz-granite worktops can occur in an infinite variety of shapes. Quartz conglomerate is an exceptionally hard-wearing material resistant to chemicals, staining or damaging.
A magnitude of colours of this extraordinary material enables matching its colour with the style of the interior.
Stairs made of quartz conglomerate
High durability and usefulness of quartz-granite adds to the safety and comfort of the stairs made of quartz conglomerate. Such stairs meet all building standards and requirements. They can be equally fitted both inside and outside.
A rich palette of colours (even 50 different colours and textures) as well as high resistance to mechanical damage make this material suitable for the production of stairs, which are particularly exposed to various environmental factors.
All in all, if you opt for the products made of quartz conglomerate, you get the guarantee that the purchased goods will serve you well in the years ahead.