Sintered Stone

New and Advanced, Man-Made Natural Stone

What is this material?

When it comes to countertops, the first thought is usually quartz or granite. However, there's a new material, Sintered stone. Popular in Europe, already taking over 70% of the market. Sintered stone is like porcelain, but is subjected to much higher pressure and heat during manufacturing, resulting in a metamorphic process to bind natural materials with out resins or binders.

By taking natural minerals and processing them with this method, the end result has outstanding physical properties such as resistance, durability and compactness. While great for countertops, Sintered stone can be used for virtually any surface, from patios to fireplaces, this material is the modern solution.


Sintered Stone applications


Kitchen Countertops


Kitchen Design




Kitchen Sink





Benefits of Sintered stone

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    Highly Scratch-resistant

    Resistant to marks and scratches due to the hardness of the material. The most scratch resistant surface on the market. 

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    All Natural

    Resin-free. Does not release any harmful substance into the environment.

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    Resistant to ice and freezing

    Freezing temperatures do not effect the strength or durability.

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    Resistant to UV Rays

    Being that the color is 100% natural, their is no deteriorate due to sun or temperature exposure.

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    Easy to clean

    Soap and water is all thats required.

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    Resistant to bending

    Capable of handling high pressure and weight loads.

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    High Resistance to fire and heat

    It does not burn in contact with fire, discolor, crack, or let off smoke and toxic substances.

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    Low Maintenance

    Resistant to chemical cleaning agents due to the nonporous properties.

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    Completely suitable for contact with food. Will not harbor bacteria.


Sintered Stone Brands

Frequently Asked Questions

How is sintered stone made?

Sintered stone is manufactured using recent technological advancements that mimic the processes which form natural stone. While natural stones like marble, and granite, are formed over thousands of years, Lapitec stone slabs take just a few hours. Minerals and stone particles like the ones found in porcelain or granite are carefully selected for quality, color, and texture. These particles are then subject to extreme heat and pressure – just like they would be deep in the earth’s crust where granite is formed. When the process is finished, the particles are bonded together permanently, without the need for resins or bonding agents.

What is sintered stone like?

To the untrained eye, sintered stone is almost impossible to distinguish from natural stone – unless it’s been made in some unlikely color or pattern! Sintered stone is tough as rock and is also:

  • Weatherproof
  • Unaffected by heat or cold
  • Waterproof
  • Stainproof
  • Very hard to scratch or damage
  • Easy to clean
  • Food safe and hygienic
  • Non-porous – doesn’t need sealing
What is sintered stone used for?

Different manufacturers target their products at different markets, but sintered stone can be used for almost anything natural stone can be. Lapitec, for example, is used for:

  • Kitchen worktops
  • Bathroom vanities
  • Wall cladding
  • Flooring
  • Stairs
  • Patios and outdoor flooring
  • Exterior wall cladding
  • Fireplace surrounds
  • Swimming pool tiling
  • Spas and wet rooms

The main limiting factor is the size of the slabs produced, if you want a particularly huge item, you may need to join multiple slabs together. Fortunately, the consistency between slabs of sintered stones is much higher than between slabs of natural stone so matching is easy. The slabs, as manufactured, are large enough for very nearly all domestic uses and most commercial uses. As an example, Lapitec slabs are around 3×1.5m (10x5ft). Slabs are also manufactured in different thicknesses for different uses.

Can I install sintered stone worktops myself?

As sintered stone is a tough stone, it is not recommended that you try to install this product yourself. Sintered stone needs to be cut very precisely using special tools and cannot be adjusted on site (you can’t plane a millimetre or two off if it doesn’t fit). Installation should also be undertaken by professionals as the finished stone pieces are heavy so its essential that the stone is properly supported. Any support materials (such as kitchen cabinets) should be checked by experienced stone worktop installers and floors should be professionally levelled to avoid the risk of cracking tiles or slabs when furniture is placed on top.


New material = New possibilities

Thanks to Sintered Stone size ( up to 320 x 144 cm ) the possibilities for new designs in kitchens, bathrooms, facades, walls or high-traffic flooring is exponential.

Sintered Stone comes in three different thicknesses depending on application requirements, with the desired design and effect being 6 to 30 mm on average.


Extremely Thin

In some rare cases, a 3mm thickness is the ideal size. Applications of this ultra-compact style are primarily airplanes, boats, cabinets, and any other situation where the total weight of the object is critical. 

Perfect for Minimalistic Kitchens

Slim is great for minimalist kitchen designs.  Ideal for busy family homes or properties intended for tenancy. Dekton offers a high resistance to scratches, heat, fire, and stains, making it a practical choice.

Due to its thin thickness and ultra-lightweight properties (10kg/m2), Slim is easier to cut, transport and install. Adjustments on-site using ceramic tile tools are also possible.  In addition, Dekton Slim is available at a lower price point. This makes it possible to save money on installation whilst still having a high-end, luxury look.


Expert Service

We help you pick materials, designs, and provide complete installation 


Custom Designs

Digital design previews, and aid from our consultants. 


Professional Fabrication

Modern technology for precise fabrication.


Fast Installation

From bid signing, Minimum of one to two weeks till installation.


Professional assistance

A complicated process made simple.

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