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Countertops

Countertops


Natural stone

Whether marble, granite, slate, limestone, quartzite or volcanic stone: The particular charm of countertops of natural stone lies in the irregularity of their surface, which distinguishes them distinctly from industrially manufactured materials

Composite stone

Composite stones consist of more than 90% of natural quartz, to which resins and colorings are added. Although comparable in hardness and density to natural stone, they always have uniform surface colors and structures.

Ceramic

Ceramic is a very homogeneous and hard material. The fired surface has many advantages: It is impervious to water, can be recycled, and is absolutely food-safe, so that no impregnation is required. In addition, it is scratchproof, acid-resistant, and easy to care for.

Wood

Because of their especially hard surface, woods like oak, walnut, maple, and bamboo are ideal countertop materials. High-quality SieMatic craftsmanship gives them a sophisticated look, which fits elegantly and harmoniously into just about any kitchen.

Stainless steel

Stainless steel is a tough, hygienic material, whose professional appeal is not impaired by the traces of use; it gets even more beautiful as time goes by. Whether as a complete countertop or as a design accent.

Laminate

SieMatic laminate countertops have a very resistant, hygienic surface of layered material and are available in a wide selection of decors and edge designs, which permits harmonious color choices that are perfectly attuned to the front panels and surrounding elements.




Quartz

Silestone is natural quartz that is used when designing modern kitchens and bathrooms, as it has a various magnificent color palette, unusual textures and excellent technical features.

Resistant to stains

Silestone has a non-porous surface that is highly resistant to coffee, wine, lemon juice, olive oil, vinegar, make-up and stains from many other everyday products.

Quality Guaranteed

Cosentino company offers its customers a 25-year guarantee provided for the kitchen countertops made of silestone. The products are the subjects of a strict quality control that gives additional value to the material that has become the “Perfect Countertop” of thousands of kitchens in more than 52 countries.


Dekton

Dekton is a sophisticated blend of the raw materials used to produce the very latest in glass and porcelain as well as the highest quality quartz work surfaces. TSP — Technology of sinterized particles. 
Dekton employs exclusive Sinterized Particle Technology, a high tech process which represents an accelerated version of the metamorphic change that natural stone undergoes when subjected to high temperatures and pressure over thousands of years.

Sinterized particle technology synthesizes truly innovative procedures from the most advanced technology industries. This evolution represents a technological and industrial leap capable of generating a new process, a revolutionary material and a leading product.

Electronic microscopy allows us to fully appreciate the material’s zero porosity, a consequence of the sinterization and ultra-compaction process exclusive to Dekton. This zero porosity and lack of the micro-defects that cause tension or weak spots mark the difference as far as Dekton is concerned.

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