Rain Forest Green Marble
Also known as Bidasar Green marble, Rain Forest Green marble comes from the Rajasthan state of India. This marble is known for its enticing looks as well as durability. The dark brown veins that haphazardly run against the green background on the surface of this marble give an impression of a dense teak forest; hence given the name, Forest Green.
Rain Forest Green marble is basically used in the form of tiles, blocks, and slabs. The veining pattern, as well as the base color, may vary from one shipment to another; depending upon the section of the quarry from which the marble has been extracted. Once the marble is cut into slabs, it is then book matched, i.e., cutting and polishing of two slabs to create mirror images of each other. Polyester resin is applied to fill the naturally occurring voids prior to the polishing stage. These slabs are further arranged in sequence to allow a steady flow in pattern.
Its eye-pleasing texture and ability to shine brilliantly after polishing makes it an equally popular material for exterior and interior designing. An ideal choice for kitchen and bathrooms installations, Rain Forest Green marble is extensively used to create kitchen countertops, vanity countertops along with steps and risers.
At SHIVA Granites, we offer Rain Forest Green marble in different dimensions and finishes, including polished and tumbled. Being a major exporter and distributor Rain Forest Green marble, SHIVA Granites ensures safe and timely deliveries of premium quality products at various locations around the globe.
- Physical Properties:
Density: 2.5 – 2.65 Kg/m3
Compressive Strength: 1800 to 2100 Kg/cm2
Hardness: 3 to 4 Rating on Mohs Scale
Water Absorption: Below 1%
Weather Impact: High Resistance
- Chemical Properties:
Silica (SiO2): 20 – 25%
Lime (CaO): 38 – 42%
Alumina (Al2O3): 2 – 4%
Loss on Ignition (LOI): 30 – 32%
Other Oxides (Mg & Na): 1.5 – 2.5%
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