Silestone by Cosentino as a sponsor for the competition “Chef of the year 2011” Cologne, October 11, 2011. As an official sponsor of the chef of the year 2011 competition “was the kitchen countertops, Silestone by Cosentino, world leader in the field of quartz surfaces to the final competition, which took place on October 10, 2011 in Cologne. Silestone professional were the eight finalists in the hot phase of the competition work surfaces in the colour Rosso Monza available. The culinary creations of the finalists were following on tables, also made of Silestone, presents. Silestone surfaces are available not only for technical and mechanical excellence, they have an integrated complex of hygiene as only quartz surfaces. This protection system prevents the growth of potentially harmful bacteria on the basis of an advanced technology of silver and Silestone makes the perfect partner for the chefs. Thanks to its unique properties of the product, Silestone is also particularly scratchproof, resistant and easy to clean. In addition, the material offers a variety of possibilities: from kitchen or bath covers, above ground and wall coverings to the design of complete facilities.

Silestone is available in 60 shades, three textures and three different strengths (3, 2, or 1.2 cm). About Silestone by Cosentino Silestone by Cosentino, world leader in the field of quartz surfaces, consists of natural quartz to over 90%. Silestone surfaces are particularly resistant to stains and scratches, they also take up hardly any fluids. Other important features are the excellent hygienic properties, various awards and certificates, as well as the high level of service, quality and responsibility that belongs to the range of all products of Cosentino group. Silestone is manufactured in over 60 different colors, three textures and different formats, so it is very versatile; It can be used even in large pieces so that no joint connection is required.

It is the ideal material for kitchens and bathrooms, laboratories, hospitals, hotels and restaurants, in addition, it is suitable for many other purposes. Silestone was used Arab in Dubai, the Wembley Stadium in London, the Torre Agbar in Barcelona and the showroom of Telefonica in Madrid with many unique buildings such as, for example, the hotel Burj al. At its launch, Silestone was unique in the world, today it is part of every fourth Spanish cuisine. In the United States, Silestone has a market share of 75% for quartz surfaces and 7% for kitchen work surfaces.