Tag: Granite stones

Building Stone and Tiles


Building Stone and Tiles Building Stone and Tiles Stone types to be covered include natural raw stone such as marble and granite, which are used mainly for building or worked monuments and gravestones, cut or polished natural stone, or artificially colored natural stone. Also included are ceramic tiles for building use. Note 1: "Slabs" ... Read More
a bout granite



a bout granite

a bout granite Now one of the most popular materials for countertops, granite is the most common igneous rock found on Earth and the main component of the continental crust. Believed to have been formed roughly 300 million years ago, granite is known as a “plutonic” rock, meaning that it ... Read More
Features of building stones


Features of building stones Features of building stones What is rock It refers to materials from the earth's crust that are made from ... Read More
rock industry


What is the Iranian rock industry in the world? What issues can the Iranian rock industry face? How can the Iranian rock industry be developed? Iran's rock industry is one of the greatest opportunities for entrepreneurship, job creation and economics, which unfortunately remains unclear despite the efforts made by the ... Read More
a bout limestone


a bout limestone What is Limestone? Limestone is a sedimentary rock composed primarily of calcium carbonate (CaCO3) in the form of the mineral calcite. It most commonly forms in clear, warm, shallow marine waters. It is usually an organic sedimentary rock that forms from the accumulation of shell, coral, algal, and fecal debris. It can ... Read More
About the stone slabs or stone saws


About the stone slabs or stone saws Cut using saws Cutting of stone by sawing is the most common method in stone mills. Cutting saws are mainly used in factories with high production capacity. In this way, ... Read More
a bout granite



Granite stones

Granite stones Granite or rock is a kind of internal igneous rock. Because of this, its texture has moderate to large grains and has mountainous (quartz) and feldspar, mica and some other minerals. Its color varies depend ing on mineral and rock chemistry from pink ... Read More