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Samsung Radianz Quartz: all you need to know

Samsung Radianz - Quartz Kitchen Worktops

A high tech engineered stone, Samsung Radianz Quartz provides a safe, clean and very durable surface. A natural sparkle provided by the high quartz content makes Radianz worktops a great choice for a modern kitchen or bathroom.

Although Samsung are better known, in the UK at least, for electronic products such as mobile phones and TVs, they are an engineering firm with a long and illustrious history. Founded in 1938, the company has a history of innovation throughout their many and varied business areas. Unusually in the processed stone market, Samsung are involved in manufacturing tools and heavy industries, giving them a unique perspective on stone work.

What is Samsung Radianz Quartz?

Made with 93% natural quartz, Samsung Radianz Quartz is a processed stone. It’s made by combining quartz particles with a small amount of bonding agent and sometimes dye to manufacture slabs of stone. The finished stone can be created in many shapes and sizes, allowing designers greater choice when creating a kitchen, bathroom or bar with a Radianz worktop.

Samsung Radianz Quartz is designed to be consistent, unlike natural stones like marble. This makes it easier to match, whether you’re creating a single large expanse or looking to extend an existing Radianz worktop. A choice of particle sizes lets you choose the effect you want, from a fine grain to a rich sparkle to a rugged, natural look.

Advantages of Samsung Radianz worktops

A popular choice for kitchens and bathrooms, Samsung Radianz worktops have their own distinctive qualities. Advantages include:

  • Natural sparkle
  • Over 25 colours to choose from
  • Consistent colours and textures
  • Already sealed
  • Low maintenance
  • Can easily last decades
  • Stain, scratch and chip resistant
  • Hygienic
  • Safe for food preparation
  • Does not release radon
  • Lifetime guarantee

A Samsung Radianz worktop will last and last

Quartz is a very hard and incredibly durable material. Samsung have taken advantage of these natural properties and enhanced the material with carefully chosen bonding agents and sealants. This means that not only is a Radianz worktop hard to damage, it will stand up to a lifetime’s wear. In fact, Samsung offer a lifetime warranty on residential installations, so you know your new kitchen will be a great investment with a Radianz worktop.

Other uses for Samsung Radianz

With 25 colours and several styles to choose from, Samsung Radianz worktops are popular in commercial settings, too. Radianz is often used in bars and restaurants, where safe and beautiful food preparation surfaces are required. You’ll also find it gracing reception desks in major corporations, and it’s frequently used as a decorative stone, whether as a floor, wall tiles or to finish a bathroom. A versatile stone with a classic look, Samsung Radianz will keep on looking great for years and even decades to come.

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