Kitchen Top Material Quartz Kitchen And Bathroom Countertops

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  • >=20
    US $56.00
Supply Ability:
500000 Square Meter/Square Meters per Year
Port:
Foshan, Shenzhen, Guangzhou
Overview
Quick Details
Place of Origin:
Guangdong, China (Mainland)
Brand Name:
BST
Model Number:
D3001
Countertop Material:
Artificial Stone
Artificial Stone Type:
Artificial Quartz
Countertop Edging:
Beveled Edge
Countertop Color:
White
Product Name:
Bianco Carrara
Color:
White
Composition:
93% Natural Quartz
Surface and finishing:
Polished
Certificate:
ISO,NSF,SGS,Greenguard
Edge Finishing:
Straight
Heat Resistant:
300℃
Hardness:
7Mohs
Color Tone:
Consistent
Density:
2.3~2.5g/cm3
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
Wooden Frame or Wooden Crate Suitable for Ocean Transportation
Delivery Time
10 to 30 days depending on the order quantity
Product Description

Quartz Alternative to White Carrara Marble Kitchen Countertops

With a natural stone look and high hardness as it features. Now it’s quite a upcoming trend that more kitchen builders and designers favor quartz stone with marble look.
BST Quartz is a very hard material and can give you a natural stone look with consistent color and texture throughout the quartz countertop. BST Quartz is easy to maintain and doesn’t need much more daily maintenance and annual sealing required by natural stone.
BESTONE share some of our top seller quartz option as alternative Carrara White Marble with the look of it but it might be perfect for your home decor.
A veined quartz stone is not trying to compete with natural stone, but replace it.

 Torquay Quartz Stone is described as having “a posh, continental feel much like the English Riviera town itself, with a pure milky nature that is complemented by swirls of gray and tan.”

Lyra  Carrara polished quartz is a subtly black veined, predominately white quartz.Black veins on an ivory or alabaster background are something of a staple for those who adore traditional styles, and Cashmere Carrara countertops, floors, and backsplashes will certainly appeal to those that embrace that classic look.

D2001Ruscello in Aspen is from series called “Ruscello” . Its veins and movement are not quite as black as lyra carrara,but more vivid,lightness similar with Torquay Quartz.

BESTONE offer different edge profiles, like Eased Edge, Double Eased Edge, Laminated Edge, Bullnose,and Mitered Edge etc, are provided directly to Contractors, Dealers, Hotel Owners, and Fabricators all over the world. 

Certification
Fabricating&Packing
Our Company

BESTONE HIGH TECH MATERIALS CO., LTD. (BST Quartz) is an outstanding developer and manufacturer of engineered quartz stone slabs for 9 years. Boasting a dedicated team of over 200 members devoting to R & D, production, marketing and after-sales service for the quartz stone products and covering an area of 30,000 Sqm, at present BESTONE has three sets of fully automatic production lines for quartz stone slabs, which enable us to achieve the production capacity more than 30,000 Sqm per month. As the pioneer and leader in the industry, we have been exploring and developing the overseas markets since last 7 years. Our products are mainly sold to Australia, Canada, USA, Europe, Middle East, South America, and so on.


BESTONE has over 150 quartz stone colors with standard slab sizes like 3200 x 1600mm (126” x 63”) and 3000 x 1400mm (118” x 55”), as well as available customized sizes 2500~3200mm x 1200~1600mm, in thickness of 12/15/18/20/25/30mm. A wide range of colors and patterns such as Marble Imitation, Calacatta, Pure, Solid and Multiple Colors, as well as Mirror and Zircon Series give us a very competitive and leading position in the global market.

BESTONE B/L evidence as follow.

Company News

BST Volunteers Activity of “Shopping for the Elder”,organized by the Charity of Chancheng Community, Foshan, Guangdong.

BST Volunteers' Donation of Books to Rural Primary School in Western Part of Guangdong China.

BST Volunteers Visit Senior People in Need with Daily Food for Traditional Chinese New Year Festival.

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