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Mica Sandstone - Egyptian Stone - CIDG

Mica Sandstone:


This is another form of sedimentary rock made up of quartz. This is formed
in various environments whether there is water or not. It can be automatically formed in a river, ocean or desert that makes it capable for any weather. 
Mica does not contain any specific mineral, but still, there are some other minerals such as clays, hematite, feldspar, limonite, and mica that add color and character to it.
  
That's why sand stone is found in many colors and patterns 

Mica Application:

- Fireplaces:

Red and yellow Mica match with fire waves, besides this thermal resistant property of Mica, makes it idle for building fireplaces.
 

Walls:

Excellent binding with cement and long-lasting durability make Mica perfect option for making walls, beams, pillars, wall facings, arches, garden furniture, landscaping products, and arts and crafts, etc.
 

- Resistant to Corrosion and weathering:

As Mica are formed automatically in any environment so they are resistant to any corrosion and weather. That's why they are used for paving, tiles, slabs, and blocks. The different shades
and patterns of Mica make garden pavement gorgeous.

 

- Manufacturing of plate:

Sandstones are resistant to air and they have low water absorption ability because of this they are used in the manufacturing of plate glass, table glassware, and common glassware.