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Granite Is Beautiful, Durable And Very Hard
- Aug 28, 2018 -

Granite is beautiful, durable and very hard. In ancient times, if there were perfect mining, processing equipment and technology, it was definitely more popular than marble.

Granites often contain other minerals, such as amphibole and mica, in a variety of colors, including: brown, green, red, and common black. Because its crystallization process is very slow, its crystals are intertwined one after another like Rubik's Cube.

So it is very hard. It is as durable as a house, does not drop debris, is not easily scratched, and is not afraid of high temperatures. Regardless of color or light, as long as there is some common sense of conservation, it will not fade or darken. He is almost free of contamination, and the surface gloss is high after polishing, and almost no impurities in various weathers can adhere.

The mining of granite is generally done by wire sawing. New processes such as dense eye-cutting and flame spraying have emerged. The stones produced by the flame spraying method are neatly cut, no dark shadows, and high production efficiency. The collected stones are roughed and called as blocks, and then manually drilled or machine sawn to obtain blocks and plates of the required size; processed by milling machine or rotary table to form a cylindrical shape Or curved body; finally artificially smashed coarse, fine rock-like lines, or machine grinding and polishing to make the surface bright and bright. Granite does not pollute the environment. Synthetic materials are often accompanied by bad or even toxic by-products that need to be replaced several times during the life of the building (each time there is a problem with handling). Granite does not need to be replaced because it is very durable.

In addition, granite is very practical and can be made into a variety of surfaces - polished, matt, fine

Grinding, burning, waterjet treatment and sandblasting. Since granite often contains radioactive materials, it is necessary to measure the radiation level when using granite, and then confirm its use.