Marble is extensively used as a building material for floor and wall coverings and ornamental purposes. In petrography the term marble is applied to metamorphic rocks composed of recrystallized calcite or dolomite. Schistosity often controlled by the original bedding, is usually weak except in impure micaceous or tremolite-bearing types. Calcite (marble) deforms readily by plastic flow even at low temperatures.
Therefore, granulation is rare, and instead of schistosity there develops a flow structure characterised by elongation and bending of the grains concomitant with a strong development of twin lamellae to create marble.
Suitable for interior use in residential and commercial situations such as floor and wall tiles, stairs, foyers, entrance ways, bathrooms and feature walls
Solvent Based - Impregnating
Protex: Solvent Based & BIO-SAFE version - Impregnating
Being a natural product, stone is subject to variations in colour, tone and shading. Every piece of stone is unique. Always check colour match before installation and mix crates and boxes to create a natural blend before fixing. Pitting, veining and chips are all characteristics of natural stone and must be expected. The above picture colours are indicative only.