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Uses of Granite

The main use of granite is as a building material

Granite is a deeply acidic igneous rock formed by the agglomeration of deep magma, some granites are gneisses or mélange rocks formed by the transformation of magma and sedimentary rocks. Granite has different grain sizes and is used for different purposes. Granite with small grain size can be polished or carved as decorative plates or artworks; granite with medium grain size is commonly used to build bridge piers, arches, dykes, harbours, lee feet, foundations, pavements etc.

The benefits of granite building materials

Granite for countertops is a standard in Europe and the USA. High density and quite good resistance to grease and smoke. Western cooking is simple. Basically, they have open kitchens, so natural granite is the first choice for them. Granite can be used for kitchen worktops, as long as the surface is polished to make it water resistant. It is also non-conductive, non-magnetic, shock absorbent, acid and alkali resistant and, most importantly, fire resistant, making it perfectly suited to kitchen worktop use.

Notes on the use of granite

In principle, a stone with a high degree of colour saturation is used to ensure that it matches the design tone of the paving. Selection of materials: the screening of materials before they go in is an important step to control them from the source. For stone quality requirements must be arranged in the stone origin screening, the establishment of special supply channels, buy out several manufacturers of the same batch of materials. Processing: control the quality of stone cutting, the low quality and colour difference is directly returned to the processing. Paving: paving workers carry out on-site screening, sorting out materials of low quality and large colour differences. The colour differences in the materials are controlled to the greatest extent possible to ensure the quality of the paving.

Post time: May-30-2023