Because of growth in the fabrication industry and high customer demands, Nhat Huy Fabrication Stone – a member of Nhat Huy Group decided to build a new quartz slab factory which is located next to the Fabrication factory in Nghe An.
The team has been working tirelessly over the past several months to transform the existing 50,000 square foot building into a state-of-the-art quartz manufacturing facility. This new quartz slabs factory enables us to self-control slab materials for fabricated products and has the possibility to broaden our business in selling slabs directly to distributors, wholesale, supermarkets, etc.
Our huge production and storage capacities in Nghe An speak for themselves.
Total capacity: 150 cont/month Quartz slabs & 30 cont/month Quartz cut-to-size
Worker: over 100 people
Production line: 10 machines & updating
We have a separate R&D team dedicated to technological developments in quartz surfaces and fabrications.
With the most proficient managers, technicians, marketers, and workers, NHS has some of the best workforces in the industry.
WIDE RANGE OF COLORS
NHS offers about 200 colors of quartz surfaces, from Calacatta, Carrara, Basic Collection to Granite Collection.
NSF (ANSI 51) and ISO 9001:2015
Quartz Stone Manufacturing at NHS
We did strictly QC from a selection of raw materials, the resin, machinery maintenance, and many other aspects.
1. Controlling Raw Materials
When it comes to the manufacturing process of engineered quartz stone, the process starts with gathering natural quartz clusters from quarries, and then they are strictly the manufactured quartz materials selection. It could be any quartz product such as quartz sand or quartz granules. As explained above, Raw quartz is selected after the manufacturing process is finished in a quartz manufacturing industry.
2. Material Blending
The selected raw quartz is crushed and then blended under a ratio of 93% quartz aggregates to 7% resin binder along with other additives.
3. Slab Pressing
Furthermore, the mixture will be compacted to form the slabs using the vacuum and vibration method for about 100 seconds at 100 tons pressure. Using this kind of process can minimize porosity while decreasing water absorption.
4. Heating & Polishing
After that, the slabs will undergo the curing process using a kiln at 85 degrees for about half an hour. That is to attain all the necessary properties for stain and impact resistance. To accelerate the curing process, steam or an oven can be used. Once this process is completed, the produced slabs will undergo gauging, calibrating, polishing, and then prep up for the packing process. After curing, the slabs are held upright with the help of a clamp and cooled for 24-36 hours. The edges are trimmed and leveled.
5. Quality Assurance
With the help of the engineered quartz manufacturing process, there will be consistency and uniformity in the shade and dimension. The slabs pass through quality inspection to ensure our customers receive a top-quality product.
6. Labeling & packaging
Each slab is then marked and labeled with all relevant information.