Engineered Stone

A popular and cost saving alternative to natural stone, engineered stone often used feldspar products as a base mineral. The Quartz Corp's Minsilspar products improve strength and durability, with no black specks to spoil visual appearance in the final product.

Specific Applications:

  • Countertops
  • Flooring
  • Wall Art

Engineered stone is a popular alternative to natural stone for kitchen countertops, flooring, walls, and other decorative items. Engineered stone is made from crushed stone held together with an adhesive or resin. Adding the Quartz Corp's feldspar to engineered stone production increases durability without impacting the visual quality of the final product.

Higher Durability

Feldspar adds oil and moisture resistance to engineered stone, important for surfaces often exposed to liquid, dirt, and other contaminants. The formulation increases durability and reduces mechanical and chemical wear, ideal for flooring and countertops, which are used frequently and exposed to a variety of stresses day-to-day.

Low Iron Levels and High Brightness

Appearance is a key to engineered stone, which is used in decorative architecture. The low iron levels, product purity, and high L value of our feldspar means that the stone will not be impacted by yellowing or inconsistent color.

Key Qualities:

  • Non-hydroscopic providing stain and mildew resistance
  • Low iron eliminates iron staining and improves binder stability
  • High L value and low b value provide the color needed for values architectural white stone
  • Low black specks mean a whiter, purer end product
The vision of The QUARTZ Corp is to become a major and sustainable player in the mica, feldspar, and high purity quartz.