This year’s Natural Stone Show will be joined at ExCeL, London, by a new sister show: Hard Surfaces. From 30th April to 2nd May 2019, buyers will be presented with a powerful line up of ceramic, porcelain, conglomerate, ultra compact, and natural stone surface solutions, making this a must-visit event for retailers, distributors, contractors, and specifiers alike.
Wednesday 1st May 2019 will see a series of talks organised and Chaired by Tile & Stone Journal’s Editor, Joe Simpson. These sessions are free to attend and will take place in South Gallery Room 6, accessed from the back of the Hard Surfaces Show. Guarantee your seat at: https://eventdata.uk/Forms/Form.aspx?FormRef=HSS49Visitor&TrackingCode=HS
Exhibitors will include Quartzforms. Quartzforms portfolio is manufactured in Germany using the most cutting-edge technological development of the exclusive Bretonstone process. Its unrivalled versatility, resistance, aesthetic performance, hygienic quality and easy maintenance have won the trust of architects and designers worldwide. Quartzforms slabs are manufactured by mixing pure quartz (92%) with inert bonding agent (7%) and pigments (1%).
Quartzforms respects the environment and is non toxic; is available in an infinite variety of colours, tones, grains and different finishes; does not absorb liquids; bears greater impact than other surfaces; cannot be easily scratched; is stain resistant, non-flammable and heat resistant; resists corrosive substances; is safe for direct contact with food and water, and is VOC-free. It has proven popular with kitchen and bathroom companies, interior designers and architects. More at: https://www.quartzforms.com
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