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Tropical Storm Granite

Tropical Storm Granite is a black stone from Brazil with a distinctive array of grains and veins in an intense combination of orange, beige and white tones that offer a sophisticated twist to the typical black granite surface.

Price Group

2

Slab size:
Average slabs dimensions: 2500x1500mm to 3200x1950mm (6.5m2)
Tile sizes:
300x300x10mm | 305x305x10mm | 600x400x10mm | 300x300x20mm | 600x600x10mm | 600x600x20mm | Bespoke panels made to order
Available Finishes:
Polished
Other Names:
Taurus Black Granite, Fusion Black Granite, Fusion Granite, Taurus Black Granite, Tropical granite, tropic black granite
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Description

Product Description

Tropical Storm Granite is a black stone from Brazil with a distinctive array of grains and veins in an intense combination of orange, beige and white tones that offer a sophisticated twist to the typical black granite surface. Tropical Storm Granite is extremely hard-wearing and highly resistant to staining, etching and scratching which makes it an ideal choice for interior applications ranging from kitchen worktops and vanity top to external works that can include steps, stairs and wall cladding.

Granite is a magmatic rock which is made from quartz and feldspar amongst other minerals. It occurs naturally below the earth’s surface over hundreds of thousands of years resulting in an extremely strong stone that has been used over many civilizations in construction of buildings and monuments and paving. Most recently, granite has become the material of choice for residential homes as it offers unique and exotic looks, durability, strength and investment value to any property in which it is applied. The lack of calcium in granite ensures the stone does not etch like marble when exposed to acid present in lemons, oranges, etc

Slab sizes will cover areas of between 5.5 metre square and 6.5 metre square, which ensures large areas such as kitchen islands are installed seamlessly.

Standard thicknesses for this granite are 20mm and 30mm and it comes in standard finishes in polished, honed and special-order satin and bush hammered which allow for many options in terms of both design and style.

Features and benefits of granite:

  • Simple and luxurious
  • Minimal liquid absorption
  • Extremely durable
  • Popular worktop material due to a mix of looks and investment value
  • Available in a wide array colours, thicknesses and finishes
  • Unique appearance
  • Suitable for indoors and outdoors applications
  • Adds resale value to any property
  • Honed finished provides vintage and old fashioned looks
  • Easy maintenance regime
  • Naturally strong: third strongest mineral on earth
  • 100% natural and non-toxic
  • Suitable for food preparation areas and healthcare facilities

 

Product Data

Product Data

TypeGranite
ColourBlack
Price Rating2
Thicknesses20mm, 30mm
FinishesPolished
Suitable forExterior, Interior
CountryBrazil
Technical Information

Technical Information

  • Frozen weight 2536/kg cm2
  • Tensile Strength 260/kg cm2
  • Volumetric Weight 2689 kg/m3
  • Hardness (Moh's Scale) 6-7
  • Compressive Strength 2811/kg cm2
  • Water Absorption 0.00001
  • Tensile Strength 280/kg cm2
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