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Caesarstone surfaces meet exacting standards of excellence from the initial procurement of raw materials to the final quality control check.

Highly skilled and trained staff ensure the quality of a product that is unrivalled in the industry today. The manufacturing process begins with a rigorous inspection of all incoming raw materials blended at a ratio of up to ~92% natural quartz aggregates with pigments and polymer resins.

We manufacture Caesarstone quartz surfaces and worktops through a highly automated yet strictly monitored process that includes the following steps:

1. Feeding and mixing

The raw materials (quartz, pigments and polymers) are carefully selected, tested, and mixed.

2. Moulding and pressing

The mixture is poured into a mould and shaped into two slab sizes, which are then compressed under immense pressure (around 100 tons psi) and vibrated in a vacuum to release any air, resulting in a tightly compounded surface.

3. Curing

The slabs are moved to the curing kiln and heated to 90 degrees Celsius for 45 minutes, providing their ultimate levels of strength and solidity.

4. Polishing

The slabs are gauged, calibrated, and then polished to a perfect finish in a wide range of colours and desig

4. Quality control

Every slab undergoes rigorous quality testing, to ensure it meets our highest degree of durability and nonporosity alongside our top design standards of colour consistency and pattern perfection.

5. Tagging

Our slabs are labelled, sorted, tagged, and entered into our distribution system to be delivered to each of our customers in perfect condition.

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