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Cultured Marble looks very much like natural marble, but is up to four times the tensile strength of natural marble, and unlike natural marble, will not stain easily. Natural marble is very porous and is primarily used in only flat installations whereas Cultured Marble can be formed into virtually any shape or size. With Cultured marble seventy to eighty percent of the raw materials used is calcium-based filler (marble powder or ground limestone). Twenty to thirty percent of the materials are resins, coating, pigments and waxes.
Formula features translucency allowing the light to pass through. Beautiful for desks and counters lit from underneath, Onyx has been used extensively in churches and night-clubs, as well as in bathrooms, hotel lobbies, and even walls illuminated from behind.
Cultured Granite looks like natural granite, but once again, can be formed in any shape and design.
Can be produced in our beautiful Marble, Onyx, or Granite featuring a non-skid surface utilized for entryways, floors, and even beautiful surfacing around swimming pools. Flooring is usually sold in various sizes up to a full 1 meter by 1 meter, and also can be produced in large volume utilizing eight cavities, 12 inch by 12 inch floor tile molds. This mold is available in the glass finish, the satin finish, and of course, the textured, slate, non-skid finish. Our flooring has been installed in high traffic areas for years with no sign of wear or scratching.
This is a new process where granite can be sprayed 1/16 of an inch thin on virtually any type of surface such as wood, fiberglass, metal, plastic, and other surfaces. Offering the same dramatic effect as natural granite, spray granite covered sheets of plywood or particle board can be sold over the counter to lumber companies, hardware stores and do-it-yourself outlets. Check any outlet in your area and ask if they have wood coated with granite, and they will tell you they have never even heard of such a thing. Very soon their customers will be able to purchase granite covered wood, and cutting it with an ordinary saw, may create any kind of furniture, wall paneling, or counters.
Marble Glazing is another brand new formulation just released. In fact. This is not a spray, but once again, can be applied in a special procedure where a completely veined surface 1/16 of an inch thin can create any type of marble effect on various materials, including wood, metal, fiberglass, etc. You will view on our video, many types of tables and other furniture that can be created, including dining room tables, coffee and end-tables, desks, bars, etc. This is another product that can be profitably marketed, in addition to the spray granite panels and floor tiles in various types of remodeling and do-it-yourself stores in your area!
Another fabulous new formula is a densified. We think it is a gorgeous product that sells at a very high price. The reason densified solid surface material is very popular for countertops, etc. is that it is a solid material from top to bottom with no air pockets and can be easily formed just like a piece of wood utilizing routers and other woodworking equipment. Should any damage occur to the surface, both products are simply buffed off.
This type of technology can give two-tone colors to one-piece counter and sink tops while remaining totally seamless.
An international award-winning product which is bendable like rubber and cures to be up to four times the tensile strength of natural marble. This can be easily adapted for use as columns, curved bars and wall paneling, and more.
An exciting new process featuring inlaid pictures, flowers, or even metal, creating fantastic effects.
It’s a semi-transparent, nonporous product which shows a lot of depth in the stone. Has a wide variety of veining colors to choose from, you’re sure to find something you’ll love.