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Prime Stone Range Fully Low-Silica with Nine New Designs Added

Nine new stunning Prime Stone designs have officially landed with more coming mid-year.

With the most popular existing designs being retained but moved into low-silica formulations, the entire range is now a composite low-silica stone using a mix of recycled glass, glass sand and quartz. Silica levels are below 30% on most designs, making it comparable to granite.

With the addition of new designs, the entire range is now under new pricing categories with 1 being the lowest and 5 the highest. Some designs are available as a mirror image slab, and a few of the new designs are a digital print.

Digital prints use the same technology as porcelain benchtop products, offering precision and clarity when replicating marble and granite. However, unlike porcelain which has only white, grey or black options for the edge, the digital print edge is similar in colour to the top of the slab, making the contrast less obvious. In some cases, light veining can be seen, but this is not an exact match to the top. Digital prints are only in 20mm and slabs can be mitred to retain the classic veining from benchtop through the edge.

Many of the veined designs are also available as mirror slabs, making it easier to achieve an attractive right-angle join either vertically or horizontally where veining can be matched up.

New designs can be viewed as 500 x 500mm size slabs in the drawers at New Zealand Panels showroom at Residium in Auckland. Above the drawers, the gorgeous Olympia features as the benchtop. The stunning Calacatta Gold can be seen on the benchtop in the Dezignatek showroom adjacent to the main showroom area.

Three designs are available in a larger economical 3200 x 1850mm sheet with the rest available in a 3200 x 1600mm sheet. All designs come in a 20mm thickness and most of categories 1 to 3 are also available in a 30mm thickness.

Prime Stone is only supplied to fabricators operating within the Worksafe RCS guidelines within a controlled wet-cutting environment with proper PPE and extraction systems — these are audited by IMPAC.

The entire low-silica range has Declare accreditation, making it useful for projects in the Living Building Challenge. It also holds a 10-year warranty. View the full range here.

View more information on New Zealand Panels Group, including contact details.
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