Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Best Marble - Marble Slabs & Tiles

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Marble stone is formed from limestone, superheated to form its unique crystalline structure. If you are looking for a surface to sustain through the ages, this natural stone countertop material is perfect for home villa, Hotel, and projects.
Marble slabs and Tile
Which is the best marble in India?
The best supplier in India is BHANDARI MARBLE GROUP at Kishangarh in Rajasthan.
1-white Makrana marble.
2-Banswara white marble from Kishangarh.
The widely exported Indian green marble.
Onyx marble which gets its name from the thick bands of alternating color, etc.
Which marble is best for a home?
Marble is one of the hottest trends on the market for homeowners. If you want a gorgeous, classical and elegant finish for your floor, marble makes an excellent choice.
Marble Price - Marbles are usually expensive to buy good quality marble without any problems.
Place of Use - A tile gives a limited life to the flooring.
Marble flooring is the best choice for indoor areas like foyers, halls, and bedrooms.
Marble slabs and tiles
» Marbles and slabs standard sizes and thicknesses
The maximum dimensions of the marble slabs of Statuario Venato, Calacatta, Statuarietto, Venatino, Bianco Carrara, marbles are 3.00X2.00 meters, whereas the Makrana and Kishangarh are normally 2.-X1. meters.
The marble slabs with two or four refilled sides have a standard thickness of 1.5, 1.8, 2, 3 cm, but it is always possible to obtain, on request, we can customized any thickness greater than 3 cm. The slabs of Makrana and Kishangarh marbles always undergo reinforcement and/or Without resin finishing processes.
The marble slabs which need to undergo these treatments are pre-smoothed firstly, for two reasons: to make the surface smoother by reducing possible ruts caused by the cutting first of all, because of the pressure needed from the mandrels during the resin polishing would be higher. When this happens, the too aggressive pressure may remove an excessive portion of the resin and the defect would be reopened. The second objective is to widen the subtler cracks through smoothing, to make it easier for the resin to fill them up.
If the slabs need further and greater reinforcement, as in the case of very fragile materials or because there are significant defects, they cannot be pre-smoothed immediately because they may break, thus they need to be reinforced before undergoing this process.
Italian marble
The reinforcement consists of placing fiberglass and/or nylon net on the side opposite to the finishing one. It is essential that the marble slab is dry before undergoing the processes because moisture contrasts the work of epoxy resin, which is necessary for the net to adhere to the slab; waiting for 4/5 days after cutting would be ideal, though there is a drying oven in which every slab stays for about two hours. The reconditioning work on the marble slab starts when it exits the oven:
It is possible to trace the marble slabs from the original block. The production cycle can also guarantee high supplying standards.
Makrana marble,
Makrana white marble,
Dungari marble,
Alberta marble,
Carrara White Marble,
Venatino Marble,
Statuario Marble,
Veined Statuario Marble,
Statuario Marble,
Calacatta Marble,
Calacatta Gold Marble,
Bardiglio Carrara Marble,
Paonazzetto Marble,
Paonazzo Marble,
Calacatta Borghini,
Calacatta Macchia Vecchia,
Calacatta Michelangelo,
Mistery White,
Covelano silver Marble,
Covelano Gold Marble,
Travertino classico,
White Onyx,
Portoro Marble,
Kishangarh marble,
White marble,
Fantecy brown marble
Rain-forest gold marble
Rainbow marble,
Teak marble,
Green marble,
Pink marble,
Onyx marble
Wonder marble,
Wonder white marble,
Katni marble,
Morwad marble,
Onyx marble,
Vietnam white marble,
Thasoss white marble,
Michel Anglo marble,
Breciya marble,

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