Sintered Stone

Sintered stone is a relatively new material that is fast gaining popularity because of its beauty and durable physical properties. Aurastone is a trusted sintered stone supplier through our Mysa product line.

Why Choose Sintered Stone Countertops

Sintered stone brings together the best of both worlds – it is both natural and engineered. This gives it the natural beauty that so many people love while embuing it with durable physical properties.

Sintered stone kitchen workspaces are scratch, stain, impact and heat resistant.

Frequently-Asked Questions (FAQs)

Sintered stone is made by grinding up natural minerals, such as quartz, and mixing them with pigments and other materials. This mixture is then poured into a mold and subjected to high heat and pressure, which fuses the materials together to create a solid slab of sintered stone.

Sintered stone is not a natural material in the sense that it is made from a mixture of natural minerals and other materials that are fused together using heat and pressure. However, it is made from natural minerals such as quartz, which gives it a natural appearance.

Sintered stone is a durable, non-porous material that withstands heat, stains, and scratches. Additionally, it comes in a variety of colors and patterns and is easy to clean and maintain.

It can also be used indoors and outdoors without fear of color fading from UV radiation because of its higher resistance to them.

Yes, sintered stone can be used for flooring in both residential and commercial applications. It is a durable and attractive flooring option that is resistant to wear and tear.

In some cases, Sintered stone can be repaired if it is mild damaged. However, it is generally a very durable material that is resistant to damage.

Yes, Sintered stone is often used as a material for countertops in kitchens and bathrooms. It is a popular choice due to its durability, non-porous nature, and resistance to stains and scratches.

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