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  • Breton company

    Engineered Stone Plants In the market of engineered stone manufacturing plants, Breton stands alone worldwide in its technological know-how and leadership position. The technologies applied to Breton plants, protected by numerous international patents, are the result of years of research and development.

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    One of the most attractive features of engineered quartz stone is the unlimited range of multicolor patterns which provides the slabs with that unique natural stone feel. How is this high variability possible? - The quartz sands, after being selected in color and grain size, are mixed with resin and color pigments in different mixers.Each one of these mixers produce a mixture with a …

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  • The Manufacture of Engineered Stone and Installation of ...

    2018-1-17 · The process of manufacturing engineered stone was developed by the Italian company Breton in the 1960s and the Breton process is used by most every manufacturer of quartz countertops today, including Silestone, Cambria, CaesarStone, Hanstone, Radianz, Viaterra and DuPont Zodiaq, among others. Raw quartz, which is a very common stone, is ...

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  • Breton S.p.A. | LinkedIn

    2021-11-24 · Breton is a leader in the manufacture of industrial machinery for processing natural stone, ceramics, metals and the development of engineered stone plants. Founded in 1963 by Marcello Toncelli ...

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  • A Look at the History of Engineered Stone

    2021-11-17 · A Look at the History of Engineered Stone. Nearly all of the engineered stone, mostly quartz surfacing, is created using a similar patented process developed by Breton SpA, an Italian company that first began in the production of equipment for working natural stone. It was this company that Sir Marcello Toncelli founded and then drove to ...

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  • 8 Things You Don''t Know About Quartz Countertops

    2021-8-31 · In 1963, the technology of creating engineered stone was developed by the Breton company in northeast Italy, which licensed the process under the trademark Bretonstone®. Over 50 years later, Breton is still going strong and manufacturing quartz countertops. The process consists of blending pulverized natural stone aggregate with a mix of ...

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  • NEWS

    Slabs and tiles of engineered stone, manufactured using calcareous or siliceous aggregates, bonded with polyester resin. ... Software to plan slab cutting process in order to get the effect of "endless vein" ... aiming at managing the whole kitchen top production cycle. Breton Multi Touch. The touchscreen graphic user interface of Breton''s ...

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  • BRETONSTONE® SLABS

    BRETONSTONE® blocks measure from 1.8 up to 4.8 cubic meters. The production rate of a BRETONSTONE® block plant, depending on the model and layout, varies from 1,000 up to 8,000 square meters of finished product per working day. …

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  • Engineered Stone Kitchen Benchtops Sydney High Quality …

    Engineered stone is a man made a product that was produced in the late 80s by a company called Breton. Breton fine tuned this process and patented their technology. Engineered stone contains more than 94% natural quartz one of …

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  • Engineered Stone | Benefits & Uses | Maintenance » …

    Engineered stone products should not be used in exterior applications as direct exposure to sunlight can discolour the resin and cause lighter colours to yellow and darker colours to fade. Benefits of quartz (manufactured using the full Breton process) Scratch, stain & heat resistant; Durable; Consistent slab size

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  • Machinery and Plants for manufacturing Engineered Stone

    Breton offers a complete line of machines and plants for manufacturing engineered stone: Breton engineered stone can be described as environmentally friendly as 94 % of its content comes from crushed waste stone left over in quarries or from …

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  • News

    The slabs cut from bigger engineered stone blocks had a Palladian appearance. Andrea Palladio was an Italian architect from the 16th century who is widely considered one of the most influential architects ever. Fast forward to the early 1970''s where a new innovative idea was given to the engineered stone process to produce a different kind of look.

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  • Natural Quartzite and Engineered Quartz: What''s the ...

    The Breton process compresses slabs at around 30 pounds per square inch and applies heat up to 360° F for around 40 minutes (in metric, that''s 180° C and 0.2 MPa). For comparison, that''s about the same amount of pressure in a car tire, and the same temperature and duration as if baking a casserole. ... the resins in engineered stone will ...

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  • Quartz & Other Engineered Stone

    2015-2-22 · Quartz countertop material is an engineered composite made of 93% quartz and 7% pigments and resins. Quartz composite surfaces are all manufactured using the same patented "Breton" engineering process. The …

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  • What is Engineered Stone

    If you love the polished look of granite but don''t like the random color and pattern inherent in natural stone, Quartz (engineered stone) is the answer. Quartz countertops were invented in the 1960''s by Breton S.p.A., an Italian manufacturer. Every manufacturer of Quartz countertops uses the same process they pioneered.

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  • Product Info

    VICOSTONE® Quartz Slabs are manufactured using the Breton (Italian) manufacturing process. Vicostone is backed by a LIFETIME (15 years) warranty. Vicostone Quartz Slabs are also MICROBIAL RESISTANT and are certified with an ASTM D6329-98 certification. Owing to the above certification our slabs can safely be installed in hospitals, laboratories, restaurants, and …

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  • 7 Things You Don''t Know About Quartz Countertops

    2019-3-8 · In 1963, the technology of creating engineered stone was developed by the Breton company in northeast Italy, who licensed the process under the trademark Bretonstone®. Over 50 years later, Breton is still alive and kicking. The process consists of blending pulverized natural stone aggregate with a mix of polymers, removing the air, then ...

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  • The History of Quartz Countertops | MSI Blog

    2013-10-28 · The process to engineer quartz countertops by pressing polymer resins into natural, raw quartz crystals was developed by the Italian company, Breton S.p.A, in the early 1960s. Today, Breton continues to be a leading supplier of engineered stone-making equipment.

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  • How Quartz Surfacing is Made

    2012-12-12 · Breton Quartz Surfacing Manufacturing Process. Here is an insightful video shared by Marvel Stone in Australia showing the Breton method for manufacturing quartz surfacing (also known as engineered stone). The finished slabs are becoming more and more popular (and trendy) for countertop fabrication. Quartz surfacing is one of the most quickly ...

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  • NEWS

    Producing finished stone products from slabs is a complex process involving different phases. There are many factors and information that need to be kept under control, and it is not always easy to do so: in the absence of a tracking system, it …

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  • Breton S.p.A. | LinkedIn

    Breton S.p.A. | 17,298 followers on LinkedIn. Since 1963 we produce technologies for processing natural stone, engineered stone, metals, alloys, resin and composite. | Breton S.p.A. is a global leading company manufacturing machines to process natural stone and metals as well as compound stone processing plants. Its headquarters are in Castello di Godego, Veneto, but …

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  • Engineered Stone Quartz Surfacing for Kitchens, Baths ...

    2016-9-29 · Engineered Stone and Quartz Surfacing are commonly used names for a man made stone slab composed of approximately 93% natural stones, primarily quartz, and 7% pigments and resins manufactured under the Breton® process. …

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  • BRETONTERASTONE® BLOCKS

    The Bretonterastone® Blocks plants produce large-sized blocks which are made by combining and compacting the materials using a "vibration vacuum process". The stone mix consists of stone aggregates, fine mineral particles and inorganic or …

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  • Engineered stone tiles | BUILD

    2021-11-28 · Until fairly recently, all engineered stone was produced in a handful of locations around the world by companies using Breton machines and their patented "vibrocompression vacuum process". These days though, much of the …

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  • Compound Stone

    Basically, Compound Stones are composite materials made of crushed stones (quartz, granite, silica sand, marble etc.) bound together by polymer resin or cement. Compound stone is also commonly referred to as Engineered Stone or Agglomerate. Compound stone slabs and tiles are available in a wide range of colors, patterns, and even textures.

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  • Engineered Stone is a uniquely manufactured quartz …

    2015-1-26 · Engineered Stone is a uniquely manufactured quartz surface. Unlike granite, engineered stones are composed of 93% pure natural quartz crystals. Through the "Breton" process, a 7% resin is pressed into blocks using a

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  • Natural Quartzite and Engineered ...

    2019-12-6 · The Breton process compresses slabs at around 30 pounds per square inch, and applies heat up to 360° F for around 40 minutes (in metric, that''s 180° C and 0.2 MPa). For comparison, that''s about the same amount of pressure in a …

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  • BRETON AUSTRALIA SERVICES PTY LTD

    Engineered Stone Plants. Software. Video. Metal and Composite working machines. Breton developed a full range of machining centres, which satisfy all the requirements of the following industrial sectors: Gears, Aerospace, Defence, Aeronautics, Automotive, Naval, Motor Racing, Energy, Die, Automotive and Naval Modelling and Prototyping, General ...

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  • About company Technistone | Technistone

    Technistone is a European producer of engineered stone. premium quality, timeless design, excellent utility properties, wide range of uses, high mechanical and chemical resistance, compact, non-porous and harmless with minimal absorption. an excellent choice for interior residential and commercial projects.

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  • A Look at the History of Engineered Stone

    2021-11-9 · Nearly all of the engineered stone, mostly quartz surfacing, is created using a similar patented process developed by Breton SpA, an Italian company that first began in the production of equipment for working natural stone. It was this company that Sir Marcello Toncelli founded and then drove to solidify his vision of creating Bretonstone, an ...

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  • What is engineered stone composite?

    2020-6-9 · Click to see full answer. Accordingly, is engineered stone the same as quartz? Engineered Stone vs Quartz Engineered stone and Quartz are basically the same.Both are man-made and contain about 90 percent quartz and the remaining is resins and pigments. Its surface is produced with an engineering process called Breton.

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  • BRETONTERASTONE® SLABS

    The Bretonterastone® Slabs plants produce tiles and thin single layer slabs which are made by combining and compacting the materials using a "vibration vacuum process".The stone mix consists of stone aggregates, fine mineral particles and inorganic based bonding agents. Slab sizes measure up to a maximum 68x153 cm, with a finished thickness ranging from 15 to 35 mm.

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