Quartz Carpet

A quartz carpet consists of millions of grains of sand. Their standard size is 1 to 2mm, 2 to 3mm or 3 to 4mm.

The small grains are selected by Sidec with the utmost care. The grains are washed and fire-dried. Due to the erosion in riverbeds the sand was processed for millions of years, resulting in it being beautifully rounded off and thus not broken.

The colouring is done at a high temperature and with specially developed coatings, producing very high quality which is more wear-resistant and more colourfast.

The grains are mixed with a binding agent. Afterwards, a professional installer spreads the small stones using a trowel.

We distinguish 5 different types of stone carpet:

1. Open quartz carpet >>

For indoor areas where the likelihood of contamination is smaller, such as bedrooms, landings etc.
 

2. Closed quartz carpet >>

For indoor areas where the likelihood of contamination is greater, such as toilets, kitchens, living rooms, offices etc., the pores are filled with a transparent filling
 

3. Indoor open UV resistant quartz carpet >>

For indoor areas where a lot of light comes in and where the likelihood of contamination is smaller, such as bedrooms, landings etc.
 

4. Indoor closed UV resistant quartz carpet >>

For indoor areas where a lot of light comes in and where the likelihood of contamination is great, such as kitchens, living rooms, offices etc.
 

5. Outdoor quartz carpet >>

For outdoor applications, such as terraces, alongside swimming pools etc.