ORIGINS AND ASPECT
Quartzite is a hard, non-foliated metamorphic rock which was originally pure quartz sandstone, with a conchoidal fracture, and usually light colors.
Quarried in Brazil's Central region, this rock belongs to the Light Quartzite family, with a cristaline undertone.
Several quarries are explored in the region, therefore tones may vary from lighter to darker, with veins varying in thickness.
CHARACTERISTICS AND USE
The "exotic rocks" are greatly sought after because of their unique advantages in matters of decoration and design, both indoor and outdoor, as well as for furniture and craftsmanship.
Can be finished in a large variety of techniques, from polished tiles to flamed or antique, as well as sanding or smoothed.
These are the quintessential ornemental rocks, capable of creating outstanding artistic effects, while complementing a high-end aesthetic.
Density : 2649,81 kg/cm3
Torsion Resistance : 20,17 N/mm2
Compression Resistance :
Absorption Coefficient : 0,88%
Gel Resistance: Yes