Ice White Quartz Slab

All quartz countertops are not created equal. Ice White is the perfect countertop in terms of aesthetics, durability, and cost-effectiveness. Ice White is a pure white which makes it great for modern kitchens with clean lines. Ice White is characterized by high levels of purity, uniform structure, and low levels of impurities that typically result in an Ice White quartz countertop that is shiny and highly reflective.

Ice White contains no calcite, dolomite or other impurities which means it is durable and resistant to scratches. Ice White also has an R value of 5.5 making Ice White excellent for use in homes built with energy efficiency in mind. Ice White gains its name from the Ice White quartz that Ice White is primarily made from.

Ice White is a man-made material called Quartz. This stone is mostly used for kitchen countertops, backsplashes, vanity tops, and kitchen islands. Its Grey-White veins with Grey color will match with dark gray, white, black, blue, and brown kitchen Cabinets or Vanities.

Size: 330 x 163 cm – 130″ x 64″

Thickness: 20mm – 3/4 & 39mm – 1 1/4″

Type: Quartz

Ice White Quartz Texture
Ice White Quartz Model

Characteristics of Ice White Quartz for Countertops

PROPERTY UNITS OF MEASURAMENT TYPICAL VALUE
FIRE REACTION (EUROCLASSES)
UNE-EN-ISO 9239-1:2002 & ISO 1716:2002
Euroclassses A2fl s1
THERMAL EXPANSION COEFFICIENT
UNE EN 14617-11:2006
ºC-1 3,3 x 105
FLEXURAL RESISTANCE
UNE EN 14617-2:2005
MPa 80 – 90
IMPACT RESISTANCE
UNE EN 14617-9:2005
J >15
SLIP RESISTANCE
UNE EN 14231:2004
USRV 6 wet
37 dry
WATER ABSORPTION
UNE EN 14617-1:2005
% 0,06 – 0,08
APPARENT DENSITY
UNE EN 14617-1:2005
kg/m3 2,060 – 2080
ABRASION RESISTANCE
UNE-EN 14617-3:2005
mm 28 – 30
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
UNE EN 14617-10: 2005
C4 Surface Hardness
C4 Alkalis: 80% of resistance after 8 hours.
SURFACE HARDNESS
UNI EN 101 Ceramic tiles.
MOHS 6 -7