• Brown Mocha Venice Silestone Worktop Used In Kitchen

    Brown Mocha Venice Silestone Worktop Used In Kitchen

    Quartz is the very common and hard material in nature, it is an igneous rock that is composed of oxygen and silicon atoms in a continuous makeup of silicon-oxygen tetrahedral (SiO4).
    Each individual oxygen atom is shared between two tetrahedral atoms, giving quartz the final chemical formula scientifically known as SiO2.

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  • Pepper Brown Silestone Kitchen Quartz

    Pepper Brown Silestone Kitchen Quartz

    All Quartz Countertops Essentially Flow From One Source
    In 1963, the technology of creating engineered quartz stone was developed by the Breton company in northeast Italy, which licensed the process under the trademark Bretonstone.
    Over 50 years later, Breton is still going strong and manufacturing quartz countertops. The process consists of blending pulverized natural stone aggregate with a mix of polymers, removing the air, then heating and shaping the material into slabs that have the hardness and appearance of natural stone. 
    Bretonstone technology has been licensed to more than 50 companies around the world, including such famous names as Silestone, Cambria, and Caesarstone.
    While these quartz surface manufacturers absolutely do add their own flair and nuances to their engineered quartz stone countertops, they are still working off of that original brevetto, or patent, from Breton.
    Some forms of quartz countertops now include fragments of mirrors and other glass, brass metal fili.
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