NitcoStone – Engineered Marble

Humans have always perfected the art of creating “artificial products” which exceed nature’s creation in many ways. We can think of many examples. Plywood and engineered wood has all the good qualities of traditional wood but also exceeds certain qualities. Similarly Steel, an engineered metal out performs iron in almost every department. We have not even spared “marble” in this endeavour!

Nitco tiles, an Indian company specializing in floor products has launched Nitcostone, an engineered marble…

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NITCOSTONE (an engineered or composite marble) combines the aesthetic appearance of Natural Marble with the uniformity and consistency of a manufactured product … the best of both worlds. Interestingly, in any of our nitcostone products, 92-95% of the material is in fact NATURAL marble…the remainder is resin and some additives!!

Nitco imports Nitcostone slabs and tiles from state-of-the-art factories in Italy, Spain, Taiwan and other countries – thus, there is a wide variety to choose from.

Source : http://www.nitcotiles.com/marble/nitcostone1.asp

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Image Courtesy : nitcotiles.com

Some of the features of engineered marble over traditional marble are:

  • Whiter than Marble
  • Super Strong
  • Maintenance-free
  • 0% Water absorption (A quality which lacks in marble making it susceptible to stains)
  • Available in two sizes (a) 800mm x 800mm and 1200mm x 1800mm

There are 22 variants of Nitcostone in the offering. The names are:

  1. Beige Antique
  2. Bianco
  3. Botticino
  4. Brazilian White
  5. Breccia Aurora
  6. Crema Ivory
  7. Emperador
  8. Fiorito
  9. Jasmine
  10. Levante
  11. Maremma
  12. Napoleon Brown
  13. Nero Portoro
  14. Nova Beige
  15. Nuvolato
  16. Perlato Royal
  17. Perlato Svevo
  18. Petra Blue
  19. Rasotica
  20. Sunny Beige
  21. Verona
  22. White Antique

The complete catalog can be viewed online if you click on the following link:

http://www.nitcotiles.com/marble/engcatalog.asp

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