Rugged Concrete Caesarstone
Rough. Refined. Rugged Concrete is an authentic, robust, industrial-inspired design. Accentuated by dramatic gradients of grey textural patterns, white haze patina and a ‘Rough’ matt surface finish, makes each slab individually unique.
Symbolic of urban environments and the converted loft aesthetic, Rugged Concrete has the authentic look of a hand poured concrete worktop and blends well with neutral palettes that soften its raw industrial edge.
Daily care and maintenance of Rugged Concrete is similar to other Caesarstone surfaces, however the ‘Rough’ low reflective matt surface finish is more susceptible to showing everyday marks and spills meaning more regular cleaning maybe required.
It is non-porous, resistant to heat, scratches, stains and bacteria, and can be cleaned with regular detergents. Suitable for any worktop project.
Colour Band: 4
Finish: Rough Concrete
Sheet Thicknesses Available: 13mm /20mm / 30mm
Sensitive Colour: Yes
This colour is not recommended for applications where the surface is exposed to heavy use and contact.
Saturated and dark colours will show scratches, dust and other wear and tear more visibly than less saturated or lighter colours.
Caesarstone is a Quartz Worktop. Containing natural quartz minerals, Caesarstone surfaces combine practicality with stunning design. Caesarstone surfaces meet exacting standards of excellence from the initial procurement of raw materials to the final quality control check. Highly skilled and trained staff ensure the quality of a product that is unrivaled in the industry today.
All joints are finished with a small ariss to the top edge and are carefully sealed with silicone to allow for expansion and to prevent water seeping through or bacteria growing in cavities.
Tolerance in quartz worktops is ±2mm
Heavily Veined / Particulated Colours
These colours are highly unlikely to have contineous flow of the pattern when 2 sheets or 2 pieces of the same sheet are seamed together. The change of pattern will show up on the seam area
Due to thermal expansion Quartz can expand up to 1mm per meter
Overhangs & Support
Any overhang extending more than 300mm should be supported and carcasses should be 600mm spacing
Due to the weight of quartz worktops, it is essential that your units are level and securely fixed.
Cutouts for Hobs, Sinks, etc
Sink cutouts are placed a minimum 50mm from the worktop front edge
A minimum of 120mm is required between two hob cut outs.
A minimum of 100mm is required between hob and sink cut outs.
A minimum of 70mm is required between two sink cut outs.
If a waste disposal unit is fitted to an undermounted sink after installation, additional support will be required, otherwise your warranty may be invalidated.
Stainless Steel Sinks
Carefully select your preferred method of undermounting stainless steel sinks to ensure sufficient support.
When the plumbing is done to the sink, it is important that the plumber reseals it with silicone, otherwise water may seep through the gap and your warranty may be invalidated
Upstands less than 100mm high are extremely fragile and are not recommended.
Upstands are not normally cut from the same slab as the worksurfaces and therefore an exact colour match is not possible.
Because quartz upstands are straight and rigid, gaps will be visible if there are any imperfections or variations on the wall profile. To cov