Ceiling / Tiles /Flooring

Marbles

Product Description: Marble being a natural stone, the color and texture may vary.
Salient Features: Resin line treated clear epoxy slab Reinforced slabs with fiber glass net and a binding agent on all four side edges to avoid wastage.

Minimum order quantity:  Min 2000 sq.ft. however small quantities can be entertained depending upon the geographic location.

Brand: R K Marble

Marble category: Beige

Marble types: Imported or high quality locally procured marble

Colors: Beige

Standard thickness: 16/18 mm. extra thickness on demand

Forms: Slab-random size, polished slab/ unpolished slab

 

Granites:

Tan Brown, Hamalaya, colonial white, black galaxy, black, viscon white , black pearl, wonder white, rojo Bordeaux , black forest  , ivory brown , surf green.
Size : 90×220
Thickness: 2 cm.

 

Sand stone:

Sandstone is actually a sedimentary rock formed by the consolidation and compaction of sand which is held together by natural cement, such as silica. Natural sandstone is an extremely hard and tough material.

Sandstone is typically the youngest of the quartz-based stones, with each stone having a different level of porosity, hardness and compressive strength. Indian sandstone is suitable for domestic and commercial uses. Owing to their natural beauty, sandstones are used for interior as well as exterior decoration including flooring, paving, cladding walls and floors.

Slate stone:

Product Description: Being the foremost names of the industry, we are involved in providing an extensive range of Jack Multi Slate Owing to high demand, our products are available in varied specifications.

Form: Cut-to-Size

Slate stone:

Slate is a fine-grained, homogeneous, metamorphic rock derived from an original shale-type sedimentary rock composed of clay or volcanic ash through low grade regional metamorphism. The result is a foliated rock in which the foliation may not correspond to the original sedimentary layering.

 

Ceramic Tiles:

We are engaged in presenting to the industry a top class range of Ceramic Floor Tiles. We offer these at market leading rates.

Coverage Area: In square feet

Finish: Matt

Brand: Somany

Specification:

  • SKU Code: T6050526
  • Category: Digital Ceramic
  • Thickness: 10mm
  • Avg. Weight per Carton: 29.1 Kgs
  • No. of Tiles per carton: 4
  • Coverage area per carton: 1.46 Sq.mt/15.764 Sq.ft.


Glass Mosaic:

We are offering Metallic Glass Mosaic Tiles to our customers on the most competitive prices. These tiles are widely demanded by many of our consistent clients for its qualitative features and extensive patterns. This type has a metallic finish which marked it more distinctive and excluded from the regular league of various tiles. This relatively new spectrum of tiles has a metallic shade in bold step of gold, silver, copper and silver to add richness to the area of applications.

We are offering Metallic Glass Mosaic Tiles to our customers on the most competitive prices. These tiles are widely demanded by many of our consistent clients for its qualitative features and extensive patterns. This type has a metallic finish which marked it more distinctive and excluded from the regular league of various tiles. This relatively new spectrum of tiles has a metallic shade in bold step of gold, silver, copper and silver to add richness to the area of applications.

Specification:

  • Color: Customized
  • Size: Customized
  • Style: Modem


Lime Stone:

Limestone is a sedimentary rock composed largely of the mineral calcite (Calcium carbonate: CaCo3). Limestones often contain variable amounts of silica in the form of chart or flint, as well as varying amounts of clay, silt and sand as dissemination, nodules, or layers within the rock.

The primary source of the organisms secrete shells that settle out of the water column and are deposited on ocean floors as pelagic ooze or alternatively is conglomerated in a coral reef (see lysocline for information on calcite dissolution ). Secondary calcite may also be deposited by supersaturated meteoric waters (groundwater that precipitates the material in caves)

Quartzites:

Quartzite is sandstone that has been metamorphosed. Unlike sandstone, quartzite breaks through, not around, the quartz grains, producing a smooth surface instead of a rough and granular one. Quartzites are snowy white, less often pink or gray. They yield a thin and very barren soil and because they weather slowly, tend to project as hills or mountain masses. Many prominent ridges in the Appalachian Mountains are composed of highly resistant tilted beds of quartzite.

The term quartzite implies not only a high degree of hardening (induration), or “welding”, but also a high content of quartz. Most quartzite’s contain 90 percent or more quartz, but some contain 99 percent and are the largest and purest concentrations of silica for metallurgical purposes and for the manufacture of brick, riprap, crushed stone, railroad ballast and roofing granules. In microscopic section the clastic structure of some quartzite’s is well preserved; the rounded sand grains are seen with quartz overgrowths deposited in crystalline continuity, so that optical properties of the grains are similar to those of the material surrounding them.

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