Something good to know about Granite..

The word “Granite” is derived from the Latin language word “Granum” which means “grain” as of its granular nature.

Granite is an Igneous Stone, made up of Quartz: 35%, Feldspar: 45% & Potassium.

Dimensional Granite specs include high load bearing capacity, ability to yield thin and large slabs, amenability to cutting without secondary flaws, and – above all – Durability.

Granite is a very strong and durable stone. It has heavy glossy polish, it popularly used as architectural stone for interior and exterior walls, floors and monumental stone. Kushalbagh Marbles is pioneer manufacturer and supplier of wholesale granite tiles, granite floor tiles, granite slabs and artifacts.

 

Granite is one of the hardest materials on earth. It is long lasting, and available in an array of colors and textures. It remains the top choice for kitchen countertops. Because of its exceptional strength, granite is well suited for exterior appli-cations such as cladding, paving, and curbing, outperforming other materials in maintenance, physical characteristics, and lifespan.

 

AVAILABLE IN VARIOUS FORMS

Available in form of blocks, slabs and floor tiles, cobbles kerbstones sets and monuments, kitchen counters, vanity tops, prefabricated, precut, ready to install.

 

AVAILABLE FINISHES

Available finishes are Polished, Flamed, Honed Finish, Tiles – Chamfered, Calibrated, etc.

 

AVAILABLE SIZES

 Blocks : 2M x 1M x 1M upto 3M x 2M x 2M

Slabs : Counter size – Min. 250cm x 75cm
Gang saw Size : Min. 260cm x 140cm in 2cm, 3cm thickness
Tiles : 300mm x 300mm up to 900mm x 900mm in 1cm, 2cm, 3cm thickness

AVAILABLE PACKINGS

Slabs : In wooden crate (10-11 slabs of 20mm or 6-7 slabs of 30mm in a wooden crate, 7 such wooden crates in a container)

Tiles : In corrugated cartons/ EPS boxes and then crated.

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