Country of origin: India
Slab thickness: 30 mm , 70 mm, 80 mm, 100 mm
Surface: polished
Himalayan Blue is a dark gray-black granite with reddish-red, white and gray areas (bands, spots). Granite has a heterogeneous structure (bent shapes). It is a fine-grained, white-gray-green granite with white-gray bands and waves.
Granite can be processed by polishing, cutting, grinding, sanding, burning, and so on.
– For floor and wall decoration
– For table tops
– Stair steps
– For windowsills
– For decorative cuttings to size
– Fireplace decoration
– Tombstones
– Monuments
– Windowsills
– Stair steps

Technical characteristics:



6 – 7



0,12 %
EN 1936

Weight kg.

2680 kg/m³
EN 1936
Atsparumas temperatūrai

Cold resistance

Atsparumas dilimui

Abrasion resistance

4,0 mm
EN 14157
Atsparumas lenkimui

Bending resistance

29,3 ± 2,07 MPa E- = 24,2 MPa
EN 12372
Atsparumas korozijai

Corrosion resistance

Vandens sugeriamumas

Water absorption

0,14 %
EN 13755
Notes and recommendations:
– Granite is a natural stone that is characterized by changes in color, hue, texture, veins and porosity.
– The shades, patterns and thickness of the marble slabs of different shipments may differ.
– Pits on the granite surface are characterized by the property of natural stones and the pits do not make the granite less durable, and this is not an excuse to replace the slab as poor quality.
– Granite is a porous material, and although it is durable, it can cause stains and scratches, but it does not require replacement of the slab.
– In case of excessive contact with water, this color may change.
– We recommend the use of natural stone care products to help protect stone products from the sun, moisture, stains and dirt.

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