Oct. 18, 2019
In the specific application of quartz stone, two or even more splicing cannot be avoided. Because the hardness of Quartz Stone Calacatta is as high as 7 on the Mohs scale, after splicing, the technology of Quartz Stone Calacatta Factory is tested in order to make the whole look seamless. How to do this, we can operate in the following ways.
Quartz Stone Calacatta
Perform mutual inspection of all large and small materials. The contents of the mutual inspection include the direction of the skirt, the position of the edging, the direction of the hypotenuse, the length and width of the small material of the skirt, and whether there is any gap between the panels. Chromatic aberration. Before making, you should understand the edge structure and small material specifications of the countertop, so that you can be sure that you don't stick to the wrong side.
Place the bottom side of the panel on the work surface and check the flatness of the surface to be bonded. Wipe off the stained area with a cleaning ball, rinse it with water, and clean and dry the surface to be bonded with an air gun or a dry cloth. According to the thickness of the countertop, select the skirt reinforcement strips of corresponding height, evenly apply tinted marble glue to bond the reinforcement strips to the bottom of the countertop with the light side inward, and the outer edge of the reinforcement strips should be flush with the beveled edge of the panel. Clamp with g-clamp or a-clamp to clear the remaining glue. Evenly apply the tinted marble glue to the bevel of the panel and the side of the reinforcement strip. Put the bevel of the skirt on the glue and rub it left and right to squeeze the air. Clamp the skirt to the panel with an F-clamp. Use a rubber hammer to moderate Tap lightly so that the skirt is flush with the corners of the panel, and clamp a clip every 100-150mm. Then clamp the skirt and the reinforcing plate between every two F-clamps with A-clamps to clean up the remaining glue. Lay a flat light-facing slat flush with the bottom of the reinforcement class to make the skirt width reach 65mm, and fix it with a clip every 200mm.
Place the bottom of the panel upward on the workbench, check the flatness of the surface to be bonded, wipe off the stained area with a cleaning ball, rinse it with water, and clean and dry the surface to be bonded with an air gun or a dry cloth. According to the thickness of the table, select the skirt reinforcement block of the corresponding height (the size of the reinforcement block is 35 × h, h = h-2d), and evenly apply tinted marble glue to bond the reinforcement block to the bottom of the table every 200mm. The outer edge of the reinforced square is flush with the hypotenuse of the panel. Use g-clamp or a-clamp to remove residual glue. Evenly apply the tinted marble adhesive to the bevel of the panel and the sides of the reinforcing strip. Put the bevel of the skirt on the adhesive and rub it left and right to squeeze the air. Use an f-clamp to clamp the skirt to the panel. Tap lightly so that the skirt edge is flush with the corner of the panel, and clamp one clip every 100-150mm away. Then clamp the skirt and the reinforced box with a g-clip between every two f-clips to clean up the remaining glue. A flat, light-faced slat is glued to the bottom of the reinforcing plate so that the width of the skirt reaches 65mm, and it is fixed with a clip every 200mm. Our company also has Quartz Stone Surfaces Custom for sale, welcome to consult.