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HanStone Quartz is a stone surface made from pure, natural quartz. HanStone Quartz offers the natural beauty of quartz with up to six times the strength and durability of granite. Approximately 93 percent of HanStone Quartz is mined quartz crystals, one of nature's hardest materials. The quartz is combined with high-quality polyester resins and pigment to produce a natural stone without the high-maintenance.
Quartz is one of the hardest components of natural granite. Quartz rates seven out of 10 on Mohs Scale of Hardness. The only materials harder are diamonds, sapphires and topaz. The quartz crystals are used to create a beautiful and strong surface that is highly scratch and impact resistant.
A high-performing surface, HanStone Quartz is nonporous preventing unwelcome germs, bacteria and mildew. It does not require sealing, conditioning and polishing. HanStone Quartz is also scratch and stain resistant unlike alternative surface options such as granite, tile and marble.
HanStone Quartz comes in stone slabs that vary in thickness, width and length. Each sheet is fabricated into a variety of design applications.
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HanStone Quartz offers design flexibility to make any vision a reality. Available in more than 60 colors and patterns in North America and more globally, the colors of HanStone Quartz are inspired by the hues and textures in natural stone, delivering one of the strongest and most durable surface materials on the market, without sacrificing style.
Residential uses such as kitchen countertops, islands, peninsulas; bath vanity top, shower stalls and shower surrounds; table tops, fireplace surrounds, window sills, wainscoting, wall covering and threshold.
Commercial uses such as healthcare facilities, restaurants, offices; including conference tables, reception and desktops, countertops and credenzas, lobby/interior walls, food preparation areas, laboratories, and inlays.
Simply clean up any spills with soap and water. For routine cleaning, use a small amount of cleaner that is non-bleach and nonabrasive along with warm water and a damp cloth. Repeat as needed to keep the lustrous gloss and radiant sheen. Although HanStone Quartz is resistant to stains, any type of spill should be cleaned as soon as possible. Any liquid spills, fruits, vegetables, or other foods should be wiped up and cleaned with soap and water. Please refer to the HanStone Quartz Care & Maintenance Guide.
HanStone Quartz is intrinsically a nonporous material preventing unwelcome germs, bacteria and mildew. It does not require sealing, conditioning and polishing.
Because HanStone Quartz contains approximately 93% quartz, the hardest components of natural granite, the surface is highly scratch and impact resistant. However, as with any surface, sudden impact, excessive force/pressure, or misuse can damage the stone surface.
HanStone Quartz is installed by trained and certified fabricators/installers. Using a certified fabricator/installer ensures that HanStone Quartz is installed properly and under full warranty.
Please visit the HanStone Locator to locate a distributor nearest you. Distributors will direct you to a retailer or fabricator who stocks and installs HanStone Quartz in your area.
No. Unlike natural stone products, HanStone Quartz is a non-porous surface you will NEVER have to apply a sealer to our surface.
It is a matter of choice. While HanStone Quartz is made of more than 93% natural quartz crystals that are up to six times harder than granite, it is always recommended to use a cutting board to prevent any dulling of the surface that can occur over a long term of surface cutting.
Yes. HanStone Quartz is a non-porous surface. This means germs and bacteria can not accumulate with regular cleaning. HanStone Quartz is an approved surface for commercial food preparation areas in restaurants.
While HanStone Quartz can withstand heat, it is still advised to use hot pads or trivets when using cooking units such as electric frying pans, crock-pots, roaster ovens or in place of hot pans directly onto the surface to avoid potentially damaging temperatures. Prolonged exposure to heat will damage HanStone, and such damage is not covered by warranty.
Contact your local distributor for samples, literature, for locating a dealer or fabricator/installer in your area. In addition, authorized HanStone Quartz fabricator/installer or kitchen & bath dealer may display a HanStone Quartz kitchen or vanity and also be able to provide samples and literature.
HanStone Quartz is made from pure, natural quartz. Variation in quartz, color, shape, shade, pattern and size are unique traits of HanStone Quartz. Although some HanStone Quartz colors may be more consistent than granite, color variance is an inherent trait expected of HanStone Quartz. In addition, small blotches or random distribution of particulates are an inherent part of overall design and composition and are not considered to be defects or product non-conformity. The 10-Year Limited Warranty does not cover color variance, and HanStone Quartz application will not be replaced for these unique, inherent traits of HanStone Quartz.
HanStone Quartz is composed of pure, natural quartz; as a result, variance in color, shade and pattern is an inherent trait expected of this product. Samples of HanStone Quartz are often shown in 4"x4" size or at times in 10"x10". These samples are cut from large HanStone Quartz slabs and only represent a limited portion of the actual stone. Please refer to samples only as a general indication of a particular color's design pattern, aesthetics, and hue. Samples are not guaranteed to be an exact replica of HanStone Quartz slabs and may vary from the actual, installed HanStone Quartz surface.
HanStone Quartz is not a seamless product; seams are generally visible. Inspection for color coordination across seams and multiple pieces is strongly recommended.