Quality Control

The Natural Stone Quality Control is the most important procedure in stone business. Our experienced QC will carefully to examine and inspect all orders according to customers’ request. Before the wooden packing, our QC will inspect each piece of stone tiles and Slabs the color, specification, treatment; also our QC will take the customers’ request in the consideration during QC procedure. Example: Our Blue Stone Quality Control Standards.

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Controls prior to delivery of stone

The heterogeneity of natural stone is sometimes matters of dispute between the contractor and the supplier as the expected look is not obtained once the work is complete. This is because the natural stone usually has variations of color, texture, marbled, etc., associated with its natural origin and, moreover, need not constitute grounds for rejection.

In fact, many designers look to enhance the aesthetic value of the pavement from the variations in appearance. In general, it could be said that the variations in appearance along with a sufficiently harmonious laying can be a tool of architectural design, rather than a cause of rejection. Therefore it is necessary that, before delivery of the material, the manufacturer provides a reference sample consisting of at least four pieces and covering an area of at least 0,36 m2. The said sample must represent the extreme and average aspects of the material and must be accepted by agreement between the supplier, the project management and property owner. The criteria for acceptance or rejection of certain defects must be defined contractually between the manufacturer and the client before the start of supply. In general, following defects could be considered as grounds for rejection: broken pieces, pieces with cracks on some surface, pieces with breakage in the corner and breakage or chipping of the edges.

TRAONYX ensures accuracy and punctual deliveries worldwide, even for small orders, with effective logistics in organisation and delivery of orders, using programmed and optimized paths.

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