Carysil Granite and Quartz Kitchen Sinks | From ACRYSIL

We have an interesting range of products in today’s article – kitchen sinks. The company is called Acrysil and is located in Gujarat – India.

carysilTheir brand name is called “Carysil”.


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From the manufacturer’s website :

CARYSIL Sinks are made up of 75 – 80% natural special color treated natural quartz minerals and manufactured with state-of-the-art technology that gives ‘Look of Granite and Feel of Stone’.

Quartz physical properties are next hardest to Diamond. It makes our sinks so tough that one cannot scratch the surface even with sharpest of tools, ..virtually making it an indestructible surface and dent-proof.

It’s homogeneous, heavy duty material where every inch of the material consists of quartz particles, making it lifelong.

They manufacture two models of sinks:

  • Vivaldi Series Kitchen Sinks
  • Beethoven Series Kitchen Sinks

You can see the various products online on their website :

Types of sinks from this company are:

  • Single Bowl Drainer
  • One & Half Bowl Drainer
  • Two Bowl Drainer
  • Two Bowl without Drainer
  • Big Bowl

Drainer, in the above classification refers to an area on the sink where vessels can be placed after washing. The water from the vessels will drain into the area and are carried into the sink by the help of some grooves on the sink.


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What are the advantages of Quartz based sinks?

  • No scratches
  • No dents
  • No stains
  • No rust
  • No noise when in use
  • Unbreakable (after installation)
  • Wide variety of colors available
  • Lots of models to choose from
  • 5 year warranty!
  • Easy to Install

The company claims to have some German collaboration for manufacturing Quartz sinks. Quartz is apparently the second hardest material after diamond.

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