You should have heard of sintered stone, right? But have you ever heard of bending sintered stone? Is it really possible to bend the hard sintered stone? Today we will introduce you to bending sintered stone, a new material in the world of home decoration.
First of all, let's get to know - what is sintered stone?
Sintered stone is a new type of green and environmental protection material, belonging to the category of board.Sintered stone is the rock not porcelain, is the panel not brick. It first came from Italy and Spain. Sintered stone is made of natural raw materials and clay through a special process, pressed with the help of 10,000 tons of presses, and combined with the most advanced international production technology and NDD technology, then calcined in kilns above 1200°C. Sintered stone is strong and wear-resistant, with Mohs hardness as high as 7, so you can use nails or knives to scratch the surface of the sintered stone without leaving any traces, and it remains intact even when hit by high-intensity hard objects. But the sintered stone does not contain glaze, and the luster of the sintered stone is formed by machine polishing. Its material properties and functions are better than ordinary tile slab, with a certain degree of flexibility.