150 ways to express perfection
Heighten your design sensibilities with Kalingastone, an engineered marble and quartz range, in an ethereal selection of over 150 designs and shades.
Kalingastone transcends other engineered stones with its superior artistry and pedigree. Little wonder it continues to grace some of the most reputed spaces in the world. Architects and designers with a penchant for perfection trust its flawlessness and consistency to highlight the essence of their vision and bring it to life.
A commitment to quality and an adherence to international standards have won Kalingastone acclaim in over 53 countries across 6 continents. In India, it has been awarded the “Indian Power Brand” in the marble and stone category and “Best Innovative Product” by the Indian Institute of Architects, Mumbai in 2010.
The Allure of Marbles
Kalingastone’s agglomerated marble allows you to customize both residential and commercial interiors by bridging the gap between nature and technology with a greater level of color consistency and strength. Manufactured in blocks, and then offered in standard slab thickness, Kalingastone marble is available in custom thickness and consistent colors.
The stone comprises of about 90-94% natural aggregates along with resins and binders, thus giving you a more consistent and sustainable marble which is suitable for both residential and commercial use.
The Kalingastone Marble Edge
Versatility: Kalingastone marble is available in over sixty colors and textures and can be used on floors, facades, walls, bathrooms, countertops, building external facades, staircases, windows, and door frames.
Polishing: Kalingastone marble can be re-polished, thus maintaining its shine and appearance for long.
Porosity: Kalingastone marble’s, low porosity level results in minimal absorption of water and other liquids thus making it easy to clean and maintain.
Hardness: The product surface hardness and comprehensive strength is more than natural marble, hence making it resistant to damage. This makes it an ideal product for flooring in high traffic areas.
Consistency: Unlike natural stone, agglomerate marble is available in uniform colors and size, thus minimizing wastage and providing color consistence over a large area.
Cost Effectiveness: Kalingastone’s agglomerated marbles are an elegant and cost effective option to the original marble.
The Magic of Quartz
Aesthetically pleasing with reliable technical characteristics such as flexural strength, high resistance and durability,Kalingastone Quartz is the best choice to create unique interiors. The collection is available in standard size slabs with a thickness of 12mm,15mm ,20mm and 30mm.
Quartz is one of the hardest mineral in the world and hence the resultant quartz slab is stronger than granite.
The Kalingastone Quartz Edge
Strength and durability: Kalingastone’s quartz surfaces are stronger than granite. Quartz surface has a high surface hardness. High Scratch Resistant
Maintenance free: With only warm water needed to maintain the surface, processes such as sealing, polishing and reconditioning become redundant. Unlike granite, it has a resistance to common food stains such as wine, tea and coffee.
Food safe: Kalingastone quartz has been certified by NSF International as a safe surface for preparing food. The quartz counter is non-porous hence does not absorb water or any other substance that gets in touch with the counter, thus making it stain resistant
All natural: Kalingastone quartz is created from pure natural quartz, an extremely hard stone. In fact, quartz is the hardest non-precious stone on the earth’s surface. Because of it’s non porous nature, it remains free from bacteria, making it ideal for kitchen tops.
Everlasting Value: With its beauty and performance advantages over granite, a Kalingastone quartz kitchen countertop or bathroom vanity will add value to your home.
Created from Reputation
The manufacturing process of Kalingastone composite marble and quartz involves the use of imported aggregates. The UV resin treatment is done on Italian machinery, and the slabs are then polished on the latest state-of-the art polishing machines from SIMEC Italy.
Home flooring and walls
Retail establishment and corporate flooring
Staircases, columns, doors, and window frames
Kitchen Counter tops and vanity tops
Furniture and Furnishings
Creating stories in stone
The Classic Marble Company (CMC) is proud to be recognised as India’s largest and foremost importer in the architectural world of stones. Since its inception in 1994, it has been the only company to supply more than 150 million square feet of imported marble in the country(150 million sq.ft. supplied as on January 2015). CMC is also the biggest supplier of natural marble and granite along with other precious stones such as travertine, onyx, limestone and a host of exotic stones, which are procured from some of the finest reserves in the world.
An ISO 9001:2008 & ISO 14001:2004 certified company, CMC is headquartered in Mumbai with its factory in Silvassa. Characterised by value-oriented service and professional expertise, these serve as a reputed single source for over 500 exquisite stones from over 40 different countries that include Italy, Turkey, Spain, Greece, Brazil, USA, Sweden, Norway, Mexico among others.
To keep with changing trends, KalingaStone a brand producing engineered stones namely marble and quartz was launched in the year 2009 which today is a dominant player in the segment.
Shortly after, CMC launched a niche range of ultra-thin, large sized porcelain slabs under the brand KalingaSlimtech, in exclusive partnership with international companies from Spain and Italy.
AWARDED THE ‘INDIAN POWER BRAND’
IN THE MARBLE AND STONE CATEGORY
– 2013 –
FELICITATION BY MAHARASHTRA
STONE DEALER WELFARE ASSOCIATION
– 2011 –
AWARDED THE BEST INNOVATION PRODUCT
INDIA INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS
Mumbai – 2010
CLASSIC MARBLE COMPANY HAS
BEEN FELICITATED BY
CONSTRUCTION SOURCE INDIA
– 2009 –
MR. AMIT SHAH – MANAGING DIRECTOR CMC,
HONOURED WITH THE ET
INSPIRING LEADER OF INDIA MUMBAI – 2016
EXPORT EXCELLENCE AWARD
FOR THE YEAR 2014-2015
BY THE FEDERATION OF GRANITE