Caesarstone Ltd. manufactures premium quartz surfaces, which are used in both commercial and residential sectors for floors, countertops, wall cladding, vanities and other interior surfaces.
Caesarstone combines beauty with outstanding performance, enabling you to bring your design imagination to life. Caesarstone surfaces won’t need treating, polishing or sealing after insulation, the only maintenance required is a clean with plain old water and some detergent. Caesarstone’s possibilities are limited only to your imagination; a vast range of possible designs can be created including shaped and curved designs. Caesarstone quartz is highly versatile, able to be cut to fit almost any space. Contact us if you need any advice on installation.
Why choose quartz?
Quartz is one of the more stunning natural resources, beneath this beauty lies incredible strength, Caesarstone surfaces contain up to 93% natural quartz borrowing both its strength and its beauty. Quartz outperforms most of its peers in strength, being more reliable than most marble, granite and stone. It is crack, scratch and stain resistant whilst also boasting high tolerance to both heat and cold. The quartz surfaces are incredibly durable and resilient, effortlessly dealing with almost any situation in everyday life.
Caserstone surfaces meet exemplary standards at every step of the manufacturing process and each step is overlooked by professionals in the field ensuring perfection at every turn. All the raw materials are inspected before use to ensure the high standard required, these are then blended with polymer resin to bind them and pigments to provide stunning colour. The end product still contains up to 93% of the raw materials, producing a high quality, natural product. The manufacturing process is highly automated, yet strictly monitored, providing the efficiency of machines, with the eye for detail and perfection that only a human can bring.
The Process follows these simple steps:
Feeding and mixing
The choice materials are painstakingly selected, once they are tested and pass the approval, they are added to the mix.
Molding and pressing
The mixture is then molded into 120 x 57-inch slabs. The mixture is then vibrated in a vacuum to remove any bubbles of air, and then compressed at close to 100 tons PSI, creating flat, flawless slabs.
The slabs are gently heated to 90°C for 45 minutes; this curing process bestows the stone with its high levels of durability and strength.
The slabs are now measured and polished to perfection, providing the final finish.
Each slab is subjected to meticulous quality testing, guaranteeing they meet our exemplary standards in the three main categories of hue, colour and constancy.
The last step is to sort, label and tag the slabs. They are now ready for transport to the customer, where they arrive safe and in perfect condition.