HAIQU unveils world’s largest quartz slabs in Mumbai

HAIQU has unveiled the world’s largest seamless quartz slabs

HAIQU has unveiled the world’s largest seamless quartz slabs in Mumbai. Considered as one of the hardest materials on the planet, Engineered Quartz surfaces use a scientifically calibrated mix of natural substances like quartz grains with resin to create a non-porous, super-strong material that can be developed in different colors, patterns, textures, and finishes. “Quartz is a new-age product that is stronger, more hygienic, and more eco-friendly than natural stones like marble and granite. Quartz has now become the most popular choice worldwide for modern kitchens and bath spaces due to its non-porous and bacteria-resistant surface. Plus, it is resistant to scratches and stains,” say co-founders Saumya Gattani and Siddhant Lunawath, who are creating fashion-inspired collections. The company has a total production capacity of 7.5 million sq. ft. and plans to open distribution centres in all the metro cities. Its plant in Udaipur uses specialized Italian machinery by Breton to deliver a premium polish to the quartz surfaces.
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