Cambria Langdon brings inspiration from the coast of Kent to your designs. The material brings natural marble feel in combination with beige abbey stones. Coupled with white spots and dark dynamic veins that evoke the movement of water, it is surely the perfect product to bring natural luxury to your home or office. Read More
Cambria Langdon brings inspiration from the coast of Kent to your designs. The material brings natural marble feel in combination with beige abbey stones. Coupled with white spots and dark dynamic veins that evoke the movement of water, it is surely the perfect product to bring natural luxury to your home or office.
In addition to natural looks, this quartz colours offers incredible performance by being able to withstand high temperatures and impact. Not only it can take demanding tasks, but Langdon is also ideal to use in floors and walls.
If this was not enough, Cambria Langdon is also resistant to stains and is anti-bacterial. It makes it perfect for bathrooms, kitchens and other areas which are usually humid and wet such as sauna and spa.
In addition to having a marble feel, this product gives you long-lasting surfaces that won’t fade over time. Cambria Langdon is tougher than granite and marble. It is also more durable and less likely to stain, chip or scratch that natural stone. Similarly, Cambria Langdon is hygienic and non-porous.
Also, because of its compact nature, this quartz stone does not absorb liquids, moisture and food leftovers avoiding the potential growth of bacteria which makes it ideal for kitchens, bathrooms, laboratories and healthcare facilities alike.
Cambria Quartz history:
Cambria is a family-run business that started in the 90’s in Minnesota, USA using the very same creamery facilities which the Company built in 1943, during the second World War.
Stan Davis, who started Cambria has always been a technology aficionado. By 1950’s the Company’s technology was drastically improved. During the late 60’s the business seeks routes for expansion. By the 70’s the Company changes, providing isolated protein products based on technological advances.
During the 80’s Cambria purchases facilities in South Dakota which will later become the number 1 mozzarella cheese processing plant in America. By the 90’s the Business closes their creamery operation to focus on their cheese products which gives the place to the birth of its quartz manufacturing facilities. During the 2000’s the family expands Cambria quartz opening additional facilities in 3 locations. By 2010’s Cambria doubles its manufacturing capacity, adding 408.000 square feet and two new production lines to the Minnesota production plant.
In 2016 Cambria International is created expanding global operations acquiring distribution in the UK among other countries.
|Finishes||20mm, 30mm, Polished|
|Gloss, % incident light reflected at 60° on polished finish||47% minimum||Glossmeter|
|Moisture Absorption||Negligible||ASTM C-97|
|Modulus of Rapture||6,800 psi||ASTM C-99|
|Compressive strength||24,750 psi||ASTM C-170|
|Abrasion Resistance||223||ASTM C-501|
|Bond Strength||205 psi||ASTM C-482|
|Thermal Shock||press-5 cycles||ASTM C-484|
|Coefficient of Thermal Expansion||1.2x10-5 inch/°F||ASTM C-531|
|Breaking Strength of Tile||3,661 1bf||ASTM C-684|
|Resistance of Freeze Thaw Cycling||Unaffected-15 cycle||ASTM C-1026|
|Coefficient of Friction Pull Method||.75 dry/.55 wet||ASTM C-1028|
|Wet Dynamic Coefficient of Friction||.34||ASTM A137.1|
|Surface Burnign Characteristics||17 (class A/1 Rating)||ASTM E-84|
|Smoke Density||flaming-196/Non-flaming-69||ASTM E-662|
|Cigarette Burn||Unaffected||ANSI Z-124.6|
|Stain Resistance||Unaffected||ANSI Z-124.6|