Compac Absolute Blanc is a quartz composite made out of 95% pure quartz and 5% pure white resin to ensure uniformity in colour.
Absolute Blanc quartz was created by famous designer Karim Rashid in the 90’s and quickly became the most popular quartz product for surfaces.
- Stone name: Compac Absolute Blanc
- Texture: Plain
- Main colour: White
- Average slab size: 3050×1400mm
- Price range: Short term:mid/high – Long term: low
- Available thicknesses: 12mm, 20mm, 30mm
- Tiles: Standard sizes: 300x300mm, 600x600mm, 600x300mm, 600x400mm
- Applications: Interior. Please ask one of our team members
- Classification: Engineered quartz/Technical quartz
- Composition: 90-95% quartz and minerals, 5%-15% pigments and additives
- Flexural resistance: 89 Mpa
- Impact resistance: >16
- Compression resistance: 265
- Absorption: 0.07%
- Slip resistance: 5 Wet. 42 Dry
- Abrasion resistance: 31
- Surfaces Hardness (Moh’s): 6-7
The beauty of this material not only relies on its unique gloss and purity but on the fact that it requires practically no maintenance other than a household window cleaning spray in most cases.
Compac Absolute Blanc is probably the most popular and best selling product in the Compac quartz range as it matches any colour scheme in design, be it residential or commercial.
Compac Absolute Blanc like most quartz surfaces is simple to work with since it is a man-made product with typical slab sizes at 3000x1400mm which ensures accuracy at the time of producing estimates.
Further to this, it is fairly simple to decide on a particular slab of the product since it is produced in matching batches (like paint) by Compac, the manufacturer.
The manufacturing and installation process usually takes 5 working days from the time when an order is received:
Day 1: Our team of skilled templaters take accurate measurements of all dimensions and check for potential irregularities (should there be any) on site such as the units where the surfaces would be installed on.
Day 2: We order the material based on taken dimensions.
Day 3: We confirm dimensions and check with production for quality control of the material.
Day 4: The worktops are manufactured, including cut outs (sinks, taps, down draft extractors, etc)
Day 5: Installation takes place.
Both templating and installation are fairly simple and non-disruptive procedures that take between 75-120 minutes to complete, depending on the size of the project.