Worktops composed of 93% natural quartz and engineered by the Marmol Compac Company are called as Compac Worktops. These are one of the most resilient variants of quartz worktops using a minimum number of joints for fitting. Read on to find out more about these extremely hard worktops and their advantages.
Compac worktops are a variant of quartz composite engineered surfaces that have become a popular alternative to traditional marble and granite worktops due it superior qualities and ease of maintenance.
These surfaces are tougher than natural stone surfaces as they are composed of 93-95% quartz along with a high resin quality and colorants and other substances to create a range of colors and textures.
Due to this, composite tiles and worktops like Compac are afforded much higher levels of non-porosity and hardness than natural stone. Compac Marble have more than three decades of experience in the manufacture of quartzite component tiles and worktops that have superior hardness, minimal absorption power and are extremely resistant to strong impacts and abrasion. Oils and acids also do not have much of an effect on quartz surfaces which makes them perfect for use as kitchen worktop material.
These are also available at competitive prices in a wide range of colors and finishes that can match any interior design scheme perfectly. The Compac range is available in more than 70 different types of colors (between quartz and marble), effects and thicknesses, namely 12, 20 and 30mm, in various textures like honed (matt), glace and polished.
Compac worktops are very easy to install and maintain. Due to their intrinsic superior properties, they can be cleaned just using water with a mild neutral detergent to keep them looking fresh and elegant. No polishing or shining is required to maintain its graceful look.
MKW surfaces is a licensed distributor of a wide range of Compac worktops, and also supply other engineered quartz worktops such Silestone Worktops, etc. The entire range of available materials can be viewed online at www.mkwsurfaces.co.uk to decide which stone works best with which kitchen.