Quartz is the most resistant mineral stone after diamond, sapphire, and topaz. It has a hardness of 7 on the Mohs scale, which is close to the diamond (10 Mohs). Used to manufacture various tools and jewelry since ancient times, today’s technology shapes it in kitchen or bathroom countertops, tables, floors, and various other hygienic surfaces.
Quartz does not get scratched due to contact with other materials, making it very practical and durable.
When it comes to choosing quartz countertops Denver has available, your primary concern is to find products manufactured by professionals who know how to process the material in such a way as to come up with high-quality countertops and different finishes.
Composite quartz is produced in the form of plates. The process starts with natural quartz, from which the most critical components are extracted. Then, it is combined with different binders. The components are impregnated and homogenized with a machine that uses vibration, absorption, and pressure processes to obtain an extremely compact, resistant, durable and hygienic material. In addition, the combination of pigments and other particles incorporated into the mass of the material (mother-of-pearl, mirror crystals, quartz sand, etc.) results in the creation of surfaces with various appearances and textures, which give the finished products elegance, shine, and uniqueness.