Home > Surface Materials > Sintered Material > Porcelain Surfaces > About SapienStone

About SapienStone

Architects, designers, and fabricators alike are becoming evermore interested in SapienStone surfaces. This material offers a number of uses and there are some features of the material that attract various professionals and homeowners. Let's take a look at the information regarding this material and consider some of the relevant information that pros and owners of the material find interesting.

SapienStone Ceramic Surfaces

What is SapienStone? That is the first question that many ask when they first hear of this material. SapienStone is a material that is crafted using raw materials and processes that result in a very durable and beautiful material. The engineering method is known as sintering. This process is the method behind a variety of materials available for use in designs and construction projects. You can get a better understanding of how this technique is related to the industry by reading our information on sintered materials. How is SapienStone positioned in hte industry?

Since each material that is sintered can be comprised of a mixture of raw materials, learning about the specific surface you are considering is key. SapienStone is a material defined this way by the company's website:

SapienStone's slabs are crafted from ceramic clays and mineral colourings – and thanks to this unique manufacturing process, these slabs will not be altered by heat, light, or chemical cleaners and disinfectant products.

Sintered materials are often times extremely hard and offer a number of benefits that draw much interest in the industry. Some entities that have an interest in these kinds of materials, including SapienStone are:

  • Fabricators
  • Distributors
  • Architects
  • Installers
  • Designers
  • Home Buyers
  • Remodelers

For a variety of reasons, individuals in the industry are becoming more interested in materials like SapienStone. The ability for engineers to create elegant textures and patterns that can be used in a diverse set of projects are appealing. Each brand offers its own array of colors and textures. What about SapienStone?

SapienStone Colors and Designs

You can get an great idea of the kinds of designs and projects attainable by browsing the colors and textures available from SapienStone. The colors at the time of this writing include:

  • NOIR

Another type of slab that is available from SapienStone is the bookmatch design palette. These are the current bookmatch designs at the time of this writing:


Fabricating SapienStone Surfaces

When it comes to fabricating SapienStone professionals are wise to reach for tooling that can not only do the job, but also perform in a way that makes the end result appealing. Some specific tooling that many fabrication professionals and installers are often interested are bridge saw blades for cutting sintered materials and core bits for ceramics and porcelains.

Choosing the proper diamond tooling is a key to successfully incorporating new materials into your fabrication routine. The tools can be a difference maker because good ones offer long life and fast production. These key aspects of your shop can contribute handsomely to your bottom line and profitability.

So if you are a stone professional and you are looking to begin working with SapienStone, be sure you look into getting the proper supplies for cutting and shaping SapienStone sintered slab products.

Choosing the correct tooling is only the first step in working with SapienStone slabs. Working the material also requires specific know-how. So, be sure you study up on how to fabricate sintered materials. There may be some specific techniques that you need to employ while making cuts and drilling that are different from working with natural stone and quartz materials.

SapienStone Care & Maintenance

After the surface is installed, caring for it is the focus. So what are the care requirements for SapienStone? Well, as with many other sintered materials, SapienStone is very durable and is fairly easy to care for once you know a little bit about sintered materials like ceramic and porcelain. Let's look briefly at the different kinds of cleaning agents that are commonly needed for SapienStone.

Easy Cleaning

One of the big challenges to hard surfaces is finding the proper cleaning and maintenance routine to use if you are putting a material in a home or other high traffic location. This is because each kind of surface has specific requirements that make it stand out from the crowd. Because many substances can have an impact on a surface that is used in a home (like for a kitchen countertop) it is important to know how SapienStone porcelain surfaces measure up to other hard surfaces.

SapienStone is a non-porous surface that does not absorb liquids. It is also very hard and is not easily scratched. These two aspect of the material make it very resistant to staining since any substance remains on the surface of the slab. What this means is you can easily clean spills off the surface. But what about tough and dried on spills?

Sometimes dried on stains can be very challenging to remove because the surface is chemically sensitive to various cleaners and stain removers. However, SapienStone is very resistant to chemicals to which other materials are vulnerable. Therefore, SapienStone is capable of being treated against a variety of stain types. If you are interested in leaning more about cleaning sintered materials, be sure to read about it on Lustro Italiano.

In conclusion, SapienStone is a very durable, versatile sitnered ceramic porcelain material that is appealing to many different people because of its ease of care and maintenance. Additionally, fabricators that want to begin working with it can make sure they are effective at fabricating it by looking into the requirements and obtaining the appropriate diamond tools including bridge saw blades and other tools.

Sort By:
Page of 1
4 in. Dry Cut Dekton and Ceramic Porcelain diamond blade Tenax 4" Dry Cut Ceramic Blade

4 inch fabricator blade engineered for effectively and efficiently cutting sintered stone, ceramic, and porcelain surface materials used for flooring, wall panels, and countertops.

5 in. Dry Cut Dekton and Ceramic Porcelain diamond blade 5" Dry Cut Dekton & Ceramic Blade

5 inch chip-free, fast cutting, fabrication diamond blade designed to cut sintered stone, ceramics and porcelain tiles effectively and with precision for great results.

Tenax 14" Ceramic/Porcelain Blade Tenax 14" Ceramic/Porcelain Blade

14 inch diamond bridge saw blade designed for cutting very hard materials. This blade is engineered specifically for cutting ceramic and porcelain materials cleanly and effectively.

Tenax 16" Ceramic/Porcelain Blade Tenax 16" Ceramic/Porcelain Blade

16 inch blade that is specifically designed to be used for cutting ceramic and porcelain surface materials. This blade is made to cut these materials cleanly with a no-chip process.

Tenax 16" 45 Degree Miter Blade Tenax 16" 45 Degree Miter Blade

45 degree cutting blade measuring 16 inches in diameter engineered specifically for making miter cuts on sintered materials such as porcelain tiles in the fabrication industry.

Tenax 16" XXL Slab Blade 16" XXL Slab Diamond Blade

Extra large slab cutting diamond bridge saw blade designed for working on large format tiles, slabs, etc made from sintered materials such as porceailn used for facades and floors.