Caesarstone offers three different thicknesses: 30mm, 20mm and 13mm in the standard 1440mm x 3050mm format. Large panels are available in 1640mm x 3340mm.
The standard dimensions of a Caesarstone quartz plate are 3050mm x 1440mm and three thicknesses are available: 20mm, 30mm and 13mm for some colors.
The slab dimensions of the Caesarstone quartz surfaces are 56½ X 120 (original) and 64½ X 131½ (jumbo), which allows for optimal flexibility and maximum utilization of the material. The original plates are available in 1.3 cm, 2 cm or 3 cm and the jumbo plates in 2 cm or 3 cm.
The original panels are 56½ x 120. The thicknesses are 1.3 cm, 2 cm or 3 cm.
The standard QuarzStone slab measures 120 x 55 and is available in 2 cm (¾) and 3 cm (1¼) thicknesses. The 2 cm pot weighs approximately 10.3 lb / m². foot
Installed Caesarstone countertops can range from 60 to 100 per square foot. This smaller price range is due to the consistent, high quality manufacturing process used to create the Caesarstone surfaces.
Prices vary by dealer and countertop contractor, but most Caesarstone countertops range from 40 to 100 per square foot. Although the choice is wide, the cost of Caesarstone varies depending on the quality. Lowest Price: 40 per square foot to 50 per square foot.
An additional quartz ledge is installed on countertops that appear very thick, but the quartz countertop itself is still 2cm or 3cm thick. Please note that special care should be taken with a 2cm long worktop with exposed edges, as it can bear less weight.
The average size of natural granite used for countertops is 9 feet 6 inches long and 5 feet 6 inches wide, according to granite wholesaler Slab Market. Most boards used for countertops are approximately 1.25 inches thick.
For quartz slabs, the two most common thicknesses are 2 cm (¾) and 3 cm (1 ¼). You can also create the look of a thicker countertop by reinforcing the edge. This can create a more substantial look and style for the room.
Product Dimensions for Slabs, Countertops and Tiles Standard Cambria Slabs are approximately 55 “x 122” and Jumbo Slabs are 65 “x 132”.
Silestone is usually the most expensive, but Caesarstone, Zodiaq and Viatera are the cheapest.
High Heat: Caesarstone Quartz is heat resistant, however it is not recommended to place extremely hot (over 300 ° F) pots, pans and saucepans directly on the surface, always use a heating pad or hot plate. Surfaces can be damaged by sudden and rapid changes in temperature.
Engineered Quartz is a special compound composed of crushed quartz bonded with an adhesive. Caesarstone is a brand for quartz engineering. So the main difference between Caesarstone and Quartz is that Caesarstone is a manufactured product while Quartz is a natural mineral.
Caesarstone surfaces consist of 93% quartz and are designed to last. In a unique process patented by Caesarston, we take the innate power of quartz and combine it with numerous polymers and pigment strips.
Cost breakdown of the Caesarstone workbench. Caesarstone countertops cost between 390 and 550 per square foot plus installation costs. It should be noted that Caesarstone is available in sheets of 3000mm x 1400mm so that the sheets can be loaded.
Caesarstone quartz surfaces (often referred to as artificial stone) are an advanced solution for countertops, sink floors, wall cladding, and other interior applications. They consist of approximately 90% quartz and high quality polymer resins and pigments.
A well-known brand for artificial stone is Caesarstone. Artificial stone products that claim to be fire resistant must meet the requirements of AS / NZS 5601 Appendix C to be considered non-flammable.