What is Artificial Marble:


Portraying the elusiveness of technology, artificial marble differs from natural marble in terms of geological activities. It is a human-made creation built from small marble debris, stone powder, quartz, sand, colophony, plastic, cement, and acrylic glue, mixed in a predetermined ratio. The concoction is stirred vigorously under vacuum and then kept under high pressure in a mould, to solidify, and form hard marble rocks.


Several homebuyers now prefer to have artificial marble as these are cost-effective. Their usage is mostly seen in some furniture, kitchen countertops, walls, and floors.


Difference Between Artificial Marble and Natural Marble:


Any form of stone, especially marble, can bring out the radiance of the home, but buyers are perplexed between natural and artificial marbles. Here are some of the differentiating factors helping a homeowner make the right choice between the two kinds of marbles.


What is The Difference Between Quartz Stone, Natural Marble and Artificial Stone:


1: Natural Marble:


Based on Natural Stone


Advantages: Durable, the material is quartz stone, durable, the material color is quartz stone, artificial stone can not be produced


Disadvantages: The Stone Has High Radiation and Has a Hole Inside, Which is Easy to Mold.



2: Artificial Stone.


Artificial stone refers to artificial stone solid surface material, artificial stone quartz stone, artificial stone granite and the like. The types of artificial stone are different and their composition is not the same. The ingredients are mainly resin, aluminum powder, pigment and curing agent.


Advantages: The Price Is Cheaper;


Disadvantages: Soft, Easy to Scratch; Poor Leakage Resistance; Easy to Mold; Susceptible to Pollution; Its Fire Resistance is Not High.



3: Quartz Stone.


Artificial quartz stone is composed of more than 90% natural quartz and about 10% colorant, resin and other additives to adjust adhesion, curing and the like. It is a plate that has been subjected to vacuum production, high-frequency vibration molding, and temperature curing (the temperature is determined according to the type of curing agent).


Advantages: Not Easy to Scratch, Hard Texture; Has a Certain Sterilization Effect; Corrosion Resistance, Simple Cleaning; High Temperature Resistance.


Disadvantages: The Price Is Higher.


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