Introduction to the types and characteristics of cultured marble




According to the raw materials and production technology used in production, it can be divided into four categories. Here is a brief introduction to these five artificial marbles.



1.Cement-type cultured marble: This kind of artificial marble uses various cements as binders, sand as fine aggregate, broken marble, granite, industrial waste, etc. as coarse aggregates, which are mixed, stirred, formed, and added. It is made by pressing, steaming, polishing and polishing, commonly known as terrazzo.

2.Polyester cultured marble: This cultured marble is made of unsaturated polyester as a binder, stirred and mixed with quartz sand, marble, calcite powder, etc., and casted to form a solidification effect under the action of a curing agent. After demolding , Drying, polishing and other processes.

3. Composite cultured marble: This cultured marble is composed of inorganic materials and organic polymer materials. After the filler is bonded and molded with inorganic materials, the body is then immersed in organic monomers to polymerize under certain conditions. For the board, the bottom layer is made of cheap and stable inorganic materials, and the surface layer is made of polyester and marble powder.

4. Sintered cultured marble: This kind of cultured marble is made by mixing feldspar, quartz, pyroxene, calcite powder, hematite powder and a small amount of kaolin. The billet is prepared by the mud method, and the semi-dry pressing method is used to form it in the kiln. The furnace is sintered at a high temperature of about 1000c.

5. There is another kind of artificial stone, which is very popular nowadays. It belongs to artificial stone, but it is different from traditional cultured marble. The main reason is that the production process is different, and the product characteristics are also very different.
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