Sintered stone tops size 1600*900*760, fame and leg in black sanding power coating.
10-year warranty for all sintered stone tops.
Choose from four different table stone top and table leg premium matte-finished powder-coated black steel.
With great aesthetics and outstanding performance, sintered stone easily fulfils the demanding stature of residential requisites.
What Is Sintered Stone?
Sintered stone is a man-made material, a composite of clays, feldspars, kaolin and quartz that are blended, compacted and fired above 1,200ºC.
Appearance of sintered stone varies from matte, honed, brushed or glossy finish with consistent, uniformed colour and patterning.
There is a wide selection of man-made and mimicked natural colours for sintered stone.
Why Get A Sintered Stone Table?
The most durable surface option for any kitchen! - Made up of a matrix of minerals heated (sintered) to form a solid impenetrable mass that results in a surface that cannot be etched, scratched, burned, or stained
Zero stain penetration
Non-toxic food-grade surfaces
Best heat/fire resistant - Sizzling pots can be put directly onto surface without the need of any coasters
Natural textures and patterns - Sintered stones are cast with an inherent texture, and unlike quartz and stone which have to be “blasted” or treated to create a texture, sintered stone has built-in depth, feel and anti-slip properties
Healthy choice - Sintered stone is easily cleaned and does not have any resins, most notably petroleum, which is found in quartz. Its structure is bound together by heat and pressure, not resins and plastic, making it a much healthier option. It also has a very low silica content compared to stone and quartz, so it is much healthier to those that cut it and don’t have to breathe in that toxic silica
No annual sealing - Due to the superior, compact composition of sintered stone, there is no need to seal it. Meaning no chemicals or toxic components are needed to keep it from being damaged during its lifetime and no annual sealing schedule is required, unlike granite, quartz, marble and other stones
Sintered stone has a better resistance to stains, impacts, heat and chemicals compared with Quartz