Choosing Sintered Stone means choosing practicality
Sintered stone is favored in home decoration and architectural design due to its durability and elegant appearance. This stone is a synthetic surface material composed entirely of minerals and formed through heat.

The manufacturing process of sintered stone mainly involves crushing raw materials such as minerals into fine powder and then sintering it at extremely high temperatures (over 1000°C or 1832°F) to form a coherent whole. This material is designed to address the limitations and issues of quartz, providing a strong, silicone-free alternative that eliminates the need for chemical adhesives.

Key properties of sintered stone include Countertop material made from minerals, all-natural, no binders, synthetic, no weak points, virtually porosity-free, monolithic material (not layered), ultra-compact and dense, thicknesses up to 30 mm (over 1 inch), large slab sizes up to 10-1/2 feet by 4-1/2 feet, and available in all finishes, from matte to high gloss.

Sintered stone is extremely durable. Hot pans can be placed on the sintered stone without melting or scorching the surface. This material can be cut, scratched, stained, and scored with virtually no impact. In addition, the sun's ultraviolet rays will not discolor the sintered stone.

At home, sintered stone is used to create kitchen and bathroom countertops. Sintered stone can be installed on almost any surface that requires a durable, large-format material: floors, wall coverings, and facades and facades.

Sintered stone occupies an important position in the field of architectural decoration due to its unique characteristics and wide application prospects. As technology continues to advance, sintered stone will play a greater role in future architectural design.