The best-selling light Red Aswan granite
Light Red Aswan Granite, which has a diverse blend of colors, also possesses unequaled durability, which is what all Egyptian Granite, utilized for various purposes, is well known for. This Granite gives any space a stylish and elegant appearance while retaining the toughness and rigidity of one of the hardest real stone surfaces.
It can be employed in a range of construction projects, whether for the interiors or the exteriors. Granite panels and slabs are primarily used for wall cladding, whereas granite tiles are commonly used for flooring, both indoors and outdoors, with various types of finishing’s depending on the desired final style or the use of the tile itself. Granite slabs are also commonly used for cooking surfaces as kitchen countertops, which are relatively significant and durable.
Light Red Aswan, known for its red foundation, is well blended with a little amount of white and black graining texture, making it ideal for both interior and outdoor applications.
Because of its hard-wearing structure and robust stiff surface, this Light red granite is an incredibly high-quality granite stone, which is why the red granite’s huge slabs are primarily utilized in the outdoor pavement. Furthermore, the large slabs are unquestionably best suited for garden areas, and patios in a subtle manner, and a spectacular choice of granite worktops and granite kitchen countertops hues, which is quite significant.
Egyptian Granite tiles are available in a wide range of forms and sizes. It might be an excellent choice for your floor and countertops, as it is suitable for use in:
- Granite Worktops
- Granite kitchen countertops
- Kitchen backsplashes
- Fantastic Range of Granite surfaces for table
- Outdoor paving
- Living rooms
- Outdoor Landscaping and patios flooring
- Polished slabs Rosa pink granite
The following are the benefits of using Egyptian granite stone for indoor or outdoor purposes:
- Pure natural beauty
- A luxurious aesthetic that is also functional for any application
- Extremely long-lasting
- Excellent worktop material due to the variety of styles and investment value with a firm surface
- A variety of colors, thicknesses, and finishes are available
- It is simple to maintain
- Naturally stain and abrasion resistance
- With the proper finish, suitable for food preparation areas
- Distinctive look
- Easy to install and clean
- Requires little upkeep
- It is commonly referred to as a “size stone” since it can be cut to specific lengths, widths, and thicknesses
- Granite is sturdy enough to endure most abrasions and heavy weights, as well as weather conditions and varnishes.
The most frequent intrusive igneous rock in the Earth’s continental crust is Egyptian Granite.
It has a coarse to medium grain. It is composed of three major minerals: feldspar, quartz, and mica, which can be found as silvery muscovite, dark biotite, or both.
Granite crystallizes from silica-rich magma deep within the Earth’s crust.
The term “granite” comes from the Latin word “granum,” which refers to coarse grain. They assumed the stone’s peculiar name stemmed from its coarse-grained nature.
Granite is, in a subtle way, the second hardest natural substance after diamond in terms of hardness.
Granite is often thought to be a light-colored igneous rock with visible grains to the naked eye. Granite is robust enough to withstand abrasion, sturdy enough to carry some weight, and inert enough to actually prevent weathering.
It is formed when magma crystallizes slowly beneath the Earth’s surface. Granite, in particular, is consistently large, tough, and massive in a subtle way (i.e., lacking any internal structures). Granite has been a popular building material throughout human history due to its properties. Because of its ageless beauty and the fact that no synthetic material can today match its elegance and performance, it has effectively taken over as the material of choice for modern luxury homes and businesses.
Granite is thought to be the world’s oldest igneous rock, though it may have developed gradually as long as 300 million years ago.
The term “plutonic” refers to granite, a rock that grows naturally and deep underground. Granite makes up the majority of the planet’s continental crust or a large fraction of it. Granite has been used in construction since the Ancient Egyptians, and it is often fairly heavy.
Because of these characteristics, granite slabs are ideal for kitchen countertops, outdoor pavement, and stair treads.
Egyptian granite was one of the first materials cut and used by the pharaohs in ancient Egypt. It was used in the fabrication of Egyptian statues and artifacts to distinguish them from other types based on color and hardness.
The majority of minerals in granitic rocks really are feldspar, quartz, mica, and amphibole, which really is fairly significant. These minerals for all intents and purposes combine to essentially produce an interlocking, somewhat equigranularity feldspar and quartz matrix, with sporadic darker biotite mica and amphibole (typically hornblende) minerals dotting the for all intents and purposes lighter color minerals, demonstrating how these minerals particularly combine to definitely produce an interlocking, somewhat equigranularity feldspar and quartz matrix, with sporadic darker biotite mica and amphibole (typically hornblende) minerals dotting the for all intents and purposes lighter color minerals in a definitely big way.
Granites can specifically have a predominant color that generally is white, pink, grey, or actually black depending on their composition, demonstrating that granites can kind of have a predominant color that kind of is white, pink, grey, or definitely black depending on their composition in a subtle way.
Light Red Aswan granite Product Information
Density: (ASTM C97) 2854 kg/m³
Water Absorption by Weight %: 0.03 %
Compressive Strength: Mpa (ASTM C170): 204.08
Flexural Strength Mpa (ASTM C800): 32.41
Bending Strength: 10 – 20 N/mm²
Abrasion Resistance Hardness: (Ha) 51.9
Mohs Hardness: 6-8
we would recommend that you seal your granite paving if you are looking for extra peace of mind
Light Red Aswan granite Available Sizes:
Our factory is able to make tiles in a variety of sizes and thicknesses beginning at 2 and 3 cm.
The slabs’ thickness ranges from 1.5 to 2 cm (and can be any thickness upon request),
The tile thickness ranges from 1 to 1.2 to 1.5 to 2 to 3 to 4 cm (up to 10 cm and additional thicknesses upon request). We provide cut-to-size orders according to the specifications of your project. But 2 cm and 3 cm are the usual slab thicknesses.
Common Light Red Aswan Metric Sizes include:
30×60, 40×40, 40×60, 40×80,60×60, 60×90, 80×80, 90×90, 100×00 cm.
Light Red Aswan granite is a very attractive and functional stone for:
- Wall cladding
- Kitchen Countertops
- Cobble stones
- Outdoor landscaping
- Decorative features
We offer Light Red Aswan granite products in all dimensions and all finishes
- polished Light Red Aswan granite slabs, whish is suitable for granite kitchen countertop and worktops
- Flamed paving Light Red Aswan granite tiles and slabs are suitable for patio and garden It’s a hard-wearing stone that is suitable for all areas of the garden the non-slip and scratch-resistant. It’s a reliable paving choice for patios and walkways due to its earthy and textured finish by exposing the stone to a high-temperature flame. This then causes a sudden expansion of the surface of the stone. The process is better known as the ‘flaming method’. It is commonly used on granite paving stones to make them slip-resistant
- Light Red Aswan Granite setts with light split face finish r hard split face finish it can then be used for these essential accent pieces where you want to draw the eye to in the garden. And also drive ways Granite sets are small blocks of quarried stone with different sizes start from 20 mm thickness to even 100 mm thickness that work beautifully alongside granite outdoor tiles.
- Light Red Aswan Granite wall cladding with bush hammered and flamed finish ,honed finish and also polished finish are suitable for wall cladding in malls and huge buildings
- Light Red Aswan Granite Cobblestones tumbled Installing Natural Granite Cobblestones will give your home a sense of timeless history! Granite Cobblestone blocks are hand cut and have a tumbled appearance
The following procedures will guide you through the installation of Light Red Aswan granite:
- Preparation of Subfloor
- The first step in installing Light Red Aswan floors is to smooth and level the subfloor.
- When cleaning the subfloor, the paints and sealants should be scraped cleanly using sandpaper.
- The choppy subfloor can result in cracks and vulnerable components within the granite floors. This may also have an impact on the sturdiness and vigor of the granite floors.
- If you’re installing Light Red Aswan floors on concrete floors right away, make sure you seal and plug all cracks and holes.
- Fill all pores and cavities and wipe away the trash so that the granite flooring can be properly connected.
- If the Light Red Aswan floors are to be connected to the antique flooring, the antique tiles must be removed completely.
2. Laying of the Granite Tiles
- The tile utilized within the floor installation must be 90-degree corner tile. If the scale of the room is larger, you can utilize tile spacers to get an idea of the approximate scale of tiles required to cut.
3. Mixing and Application of Mortar
- The Light Red Aswan flooring requires a special sort of mortar to be installed. To get the proper consistency, 1 part cement and 5 parts sand should be combined with water.
- A thickness of 6mm to 8mm is applied with the help of a trowel.
4. Installation of Light Red Aswan Flooring
- The Light Red Aswan tiles are placed on the ground with the help of a plastic spacer to ensure that the alignment of the tiles is maintained.
- Place the granite tiles at the top of the ground and press firmly on all of the corners so that no voids remain at the bottom of the granite flooring.
- Lightly tap the tile with the rubber mallet to ensure that the entire tile is bonded to the mortar.
5. Application of Grout Over Tiles
- The grout is applied to the gaps between the two tiles in order to ensure a strong binding between the tiles.
- After that, allow the grout to cure thoroughly before cleaning the tiles. The grouts are mixed in tiny batches and must be used within 15 to 20 minutes of being prepared.
6. Cleaning and Sealing
- The final stage in the Light Red Aswan tile installation procedure is to clean and finish the granite floor so that it is ready for use.
- Clean the Light Red Aswan floors with a sponge and warm water, sweeping away all dirt and particles.
- In general, Light Red Aswan with a deep hue no longer requires sealing; nevertheless, a few light colors do require sealing because it helps adorn the floor and makes it sparkle.
- As a result, the installation of the Light Red Aswan floors is complete and ready for use.
Where Can I View Light Red Aswan Granite ?
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Egyptian granite Colours available
light Red Aswan
As the leading Egyptian natural stone supplier, CIDG group for Egyptian Granite are industry leaders in supplying superior quality natural stone, provides customized dimensions as needed for your project’s requirements through our 3 factories in Egypt for granite tiles and slabs and 6 gray granite quarries. Exporting Egyptian natural stone to all world.
We suggest consulting with our inhouse designers and stone experts to select the appropriate granite color and finishing to meet the purpose of your project.
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