Sintered

Stone

Sintered stone is not an actual stone but it is so hard that it outperforms almost anything.

Just White

Calacatta Luxe

Abu Dhabi White

Himalaya Cristal

Estatuario

Calacatta

Mont Blanc

Iron Frost

Beton

New York-New York

La Bohème

Iron Corten

Mar del Plata

Iron Grey

Iron Copper

Pierre Bleue

Iron Moss

Calatorao

Sofia Cuprum

Nero Marquina

Amazonica

Layla

Pulpis

Nero

Basalt Black

Krater

Strata Argentum

Zaha Stone

Ceppo di Gre

Characteristics and Maintenance

Sintered stone exists of minerals and particles that became subject to extreme heat and pressure, permanently bonding the material together without the need of resins or bonding agents.

It’s considered to be scratchfree from other materials in all but polished finishes, with a few exceptions such as diamonds or ceramic knives.

Even with unique textures, the designs are sort of ‘printed’ on the surface, therefore often won’t show the same colours and patterns inside of the mass.

Indoor and outdoor usage.

Maintenance:

Clean daily if necessary. Can be washed with warm water, to which a detergent can be added.
Rinse with warm water and dry with a cloth or similar.

Avoid products containing hydrofluoric acid and its derivatives.