LEMURIAN BLUE

Its vivid pattern makes each slab of the green labradorite from Madagascar look like a natural piece of art. Through the interplay of light appears the material’s special brilliance. Thanks to its acid resistance, the material is suitable for kitchen countertops and may other internal applications.
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LEMURIAN BLUE

Its vivid pattern makes each slab of the green labradorite from Madagascar look like a natural piece of art. Through the interplay of light appears the material’s special brilliance. Thanks to its acid resistance, the material is suitable for kitchen countertops and may other internal applications.
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  • description material type
    Granite is a hard rock of volcanic origin and belongs to the group of plutonic rocks, which originate of solidified magma deep in the Earth's crust. As opposed to this, basalt forms from the rapid cooling of lava exposed at or very near to the surface of the Earth. Thus it appertains to the group of extrusive rocks. Granite is mostly composed of feldspar and quartz, which give it a high range of hardness. It is very resistant to high wear, with superior abrasion resistance and compressive strength. The hard rock is available in a wide range of colors and is in most cases an excellent material for internal and external building use.
  • technical information*
    type of rock Granite
    origin Madagascar
    color Blue, Green
    petrographic denomination Labradorite
    characteristics Shimmering, Traslucent, Vivid
    acid resistance yes
    application field interiors
    compressive strength (MPa) 138
    density (kg/mc) 2723
    flexural strength (MPa) 16,3
    frost resistance partly
    water absorption (%) 0,1
*The above data is indicative and without guarantee. Detailed test results on request.

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