Sintered stone brand Vasta Stone launches in Viet Nam

Tuesday, Dec 13, 2022 08:57

Sintered stone is extremely tough and durable, easy to maintain, and resistant to water, fire, stains, and scratches. — Photo courtesy of VASTA Stone

VASTA Stone, a high-end sintered stone brand, made its debut in the Vietnamese market last week, becoming the pioneer in large-size sintered stone production in Viet Nam.

In Italian, VASTA means “vast” or “extensive”. The name reflects the unprecedented size of the stone, available in thicknesses from 6mm to 20mm and in heights up to 320cm x 160cm.

VASTA stone is produced using one of the world’s most advanced production lines imported from Italy, SACMI Continua+. The technology combines a sintering system with MDX, a cost-efficient, eco-friendly and fuel-optimised process control system that ensures uniformity in thickness and density.

Sintered stone of any size is a popular building material thanks to its beauty, versatility, practicality, and affordability. It is manufactured using technologies that mimic natural stone formation. It is a material that is extremely tough and durable, easy to maintain, and resistant to water, fire, stains, and scratches.

“Viet Nam can now produce sintered stone of standard large size that satisfies international quality requirements, offering unprecedented alternatives to consumers and the building materials industry as a whole,” said Ranko Lukić, CEO of VASTA Stone. “VASTA Stone is poised to become a forerunner brand, charting a course for Viet Nam’s building materials industry to keep pace with global movements and thrive in the future.”

Though sintered stone has long been a popular choice in the international architectural industry, the Vietnamese market remains open for its adoption.

VASTA Stone will pave the way for large-scale construction projects, including restaurants, airports, commercial centres, and residential buildings to scale up their designs and for Vietnamese architects and designers to become industry leaders on par with international competitors, he said. — VNS

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