With a strength exceeding that of marble and granite and an absorption rate of only 0.022% it’s easy to see why Okite worktops are so popular.
A wide range of available textures and colours adds to the popularity of Okite countertops, allowing them to fit well into any style or design of a kitchen, regardless of the colour scheme and other materials used. Contact us to find out more.
What is it?
Okite consists of approximately 93% natural quartz particles and fragments of other materials to create texture and pigments which generate a wide range of colours. These ingredients are bound together with a minimal amount of high quality polyester resin which is responsible for the low porosity of Okite worktops.
Colours and Finishes
Okite countertops are currently available in 30 attractive colours and textures, including blacks, whites, greys, blues, creams and browns. All colours and textures are available in a polished finish, and textures vary from fine grains and pebbles to bold marble-like effects, as you can see in the four examples below: