In daily life, the most contacted and most frequently used plate in the home is the countertop in the kitchen. The choice of buying and making the countertop is more critical. Quartz stone plates are made by virtue of the high hardness of quartz sand and high-frequency compression under vacuum conditions, so quartz The board became the first choice surface material of the countertop. What hidden dangers may exist in the production of engineered quartz stone countertops? How to avoid it during processing?
Like other material countertops, quartz stone countertops are composed of countertops, water barriers, hanging edges, basin holes, stove holes, gas pipe holes, and other major elements. The biggest problem that may exist in these processes is chipping in the cutting, which is one of the reasons for the mesa cracking. During the transportation, it is forbidden that the board is hit by the impact to cause cracks in the later stage and avoid opening holes on site.
First look at the precautions for cutting, splicing, and hole making. Before opening the material, you should compare whether the two plates used have a color difference, so as not to affect the appearance of the tabletop after installation. Splicing is a relatively important link, especially to achieve seamless splicing. Avoid using marble glue as much as possible. It is recommended to use resin glue that matches the plate for the stitching seam (requires modulation by the quartz stone manufacturer or specified by the manufacturer)
Let’s look at the opening. After the table is processed, many people generally choose to open the factory. It is worth noting that the opening should be rounded. The right-angle opening may cause a great impact on the later cracking of the table! The two sides of the splicing seam should be polished with water, as far as possible to achieve the same brightness as the surface of the plate; the polishing is not meticulous, and the dust at the polishing place may become dirty and dirty, which is difficult to clean; it will affect the appearance of the countertop.