Green Picasso Granite

SKU: G106 Category:

Location: Iran


.Difficulty 6-7
.Resistant to wear, impact, scratch
.Heat resistant
.Low water absorption
.Resistant to chemical agents


Green Picasso Granite includes impact and corrosion resistance, water absorption and chemical resistance. Unlike synthetic quartz stones, Green Picasso is easy to clean and more resistant to heat.

The color of green picasso usually ranges from green to dark green, sometimes with red, yellow or white spots or streaks. This variety of colors gives beautiful and special designs to

green granite.

physical properties of granite include:

Hardness: Granite is a very hard stone and is measured on the Mohs hardness scale. It typically has a hardness value between 6 and 7 on the Mohs scale. This property makes granite highly resistant to scratching and pressure.

Density: Granite has a high density, usually ranging from 2.63 to 2.75 grams per cubic centimeter. This characteristic makes granite a heavy stone, suitable for structures that require high strength.

Resistance to wear: Due to its high hardness, granite has excellent resistance to wear. This means that the surface of granite is less prone to scratching and erosion compared to other materials.

Heat resistance: Granite has good resistance to heat. This means that you can use granite near heat sources, such as kitchen stoves, without worrying about deformation or damage to the stone.

Shock resistance: Granite has good tolerance to impacts and sliding. This property makes granite suitable for use in heavy-duty surfaces such as countertops and flooring.

Beautiful appearance: Granite has a natural and beautiful appearance. Various patterns and colors can be found in granite, adding to its attractiveness.

Feldspars: Feldspars are the primary constituents of granite. These chemical compounds include potassium feldspar (such as orthoclase) and plagioclase feldspar (such as albite). These feldspars are silicate compounds and contribute to the different colors and patterns observed in granite.

Quartz: Quartz is another major component of granite. It is a chemical mineral in the form of silicon dioxide (SiO2). Quartz imparts hardness and increased resistance to granite and also gives it its natural luster.

Mica: Micas are also chemical components of granite. Typically, two types of mica, white mica (muscovite) and black mica (biotite), are found in granite. These chemical minerals possess properties such as high transparency and cleavage ability.

Miscellaneous minerals: In nature, granite can also contain other miscellaneous minerals such as zircon and tourmaline. These miscellaneous minerals can add unique colors and properties to granite.