Is it worth buying a large sintered stone dining table?

Release Time : 2023-03-28  View Count : 815

What is a sintered stone slab? Why is the slab so expensive? Is it worth buying a large sintered stone dining table?

Therefore, what we want to share with you today is the selection guide for sintered stone furniture, hoping to provide some reference for you who follow the trend and want to buy sintered stone dining table.

What is sintered stone?

First of all, remember that sintered stone is not ceramic, marble, and quartz stone, although it looks very similar to these three materials.

This Slate is actually also called sintered stone. It is a new type of plate made by mixing a variety of natural minerals derived from granite. The raw materials are not limited: quartz, silica, feldspar, etc., the slab inherits The granite material has high appearance and high strength.

What is so good about sintered stone furniture?

Sintered stone are expensive and popular. Naturally, the slabs are good enough. Below ANINZ has compiled the 7 benefits of the sintered stone dining table. You can comprehensively refer to whether it is worth buying sintered stone.

Still entangled that the sintered stone dining table is too expensive? 7 benefits of popular science sintered stone for insiders.

1. High hardness and wear resistance

International mineral hardness standards-Mohs hardness has 10 grades, marble is 2-4 grades, quartz stone is 5-6 grades, and rock slabs are 6-7 grades.

The high hardness means that the surface of the article is not easily scratched. For example, if you use a stainless steel knife to scratch around the dining table, there will be obvious marks on the surface of the marble dining table, while the surface of the quartz stone and slate will generally be unharmed.

Moreover, if you use a sharper ceramic knife to scratch the dining table, there will be shallow scratches on the surface of the quartz stone, and only the sintered stone with a hardness of 7 can still be traceless.

2. It can withstand high temperatures above 1200°

Because the firing temperature of the sintered stone also needs to be 1250°, it is very suitable for the high temperature environment like the kitchen. Moreover, this also means that the sintered stone dining table doesn’t mind you suddenly putting a hot casserole on it. The slate will not expand and crack when it encounters sudden heat and cold.

You can even use a high-temperature musket to grill meat on a rock board.

At the same time, the sintered stone also has strong fire resistance, is difficult to be ignited, and will not release harmful gases due to combustion.

3. High density and strong impact resistance.

According to human testing, a 6mm thick sintered stone has the same impact resistance as 35mm thick granite, and its strength is at least twice that of ordinary ceramic products. You may not be able to break it even if you are a Hercules.

4. At least grade 5 stain-resistant surface

As long as you usually wipe it with warm water, the surface of the slate will be immediately as clean as ever. In addition, some of the specially treated sintered stone have self-cleaning function, and generally do not need you to take care of them yourself.

5. The surface is basically seamless and the absorption rate is ultra-low

Unlike some marbles that are easily stained, the surface of the sintered stone is seamless and can be penetrated by stains. And because the water absorption rate is lower than 0.02, you don't have to worry about sewage that can penetrate the sintered stone or dye it.

6. Corrosion resistance of laboratory tabletop level

Slate is originally one of the exclusive materials for making laboratory countertops. It will not react greatly with high-solubility acid-base solutions, disinfectants, and other chemical agents.

7. Food grade environmental protection materials

Slate is a food-grade surface certified by the international public health and safety authority NSF, and its natural mineral raw materials are not only healthy and environmentally friendly, but also sterile and deodorant.