Modern Stone Slab Countertop Kitchen Designs White Rose Granite
|Name||Modern Stone Slab Countertop Kitchen Designs White Rose Granite
|size||Big slab Size 2400 upx1200up mm|
|Surface treatment||Polished, Flamed, Honed, Split, Tumbled, Sandblasted,|
Chiselled, Bush-hammered, etc.
|Terms of Payment||T/T, Trade Assurance, Paypal, Western Union...|
|Packing||Inner: wrapped with foam|
Outer: wooden bundles/crates/pallet
|Leading Time||15-30 days|
Marble: used in hotels,exhibition halls,theaters,shopping malls,
libraries, airports, stations and other public buildings within the
interior walls, to face, railings, floors, windowsill, desk,
elevator door face finishes
Granite; outdoor balconies, patio, dining room on the ground and
Our quality control system
Our quality control system includes automatic detection and manual
inspection,we adopting a leading international technology.We have
an experiedced QC team with more than 20 people.They will carefully
detect the stone quality and specificationpiece by piece,monitoring
every production process until packaging is complete,to ensure
product safety into container
1)Polished degree:95 degree or up.
4)Surface flatness tolerance:+/-0.3mm
5)Adjacent edge verticality tolerance:+/-0.5mm,Precise Cutting by
FAQ Quality Control
1. Q: With regard to "color consistency”
A: We can promise we will try our best to ensure color consistent
and highest quality. But is there standard for color consistent?
Some stones, for example, Blue butterfly get deferent color shade
from same block. We will have our best well-experienced employee
inspect every blocks. We can promise each unit of products cutting
from the same block and pre-installed in the factory to match its
color. We do not own any quarry. Although it may be a shortage of
us, it is also an advantage. We get freedom to pick out the best
quality blocks from the market without pressure to dump the bad
quality blocks if we were quarry owner.
2. Q. Does Granite stain?
A: Generally speaking, no. All stone, however, is porous to some
extent, but Granite has very little porosity. Most colors will
never show any moisture. A few colors may show some moisture if
exposed for a period of time. For example, a puddle of water left
on the counter for 30 minutes for some colors, may show a dark spot
when the water is wiped away. This spot will then dry up and no
evidence will show. Only a few colors demonstrate this trait. Our
granite has a sealer applied at the fabricator, however some
customers prefer to apply a stone sealer (available at tile and
granite shops) after the granite is installed.