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Sinai Grey - Egyptian Marble

Sinai Grey Egyptian Marble :

 

Sinai Grey Egyptian marble is known for its elegant appearance and is considered one of the strong types of marble. It is commonly used for stairs, floors, and building facades. It has gained popularity in European countries, particularly in France, England, Belgium, and Australia.

 

Egyptian marble encompasses a wide range of natural types, formed through the solidification of lava in ancient times under intense temperature and pressure.

 

Egyptian marble is known for its continuous availability in the global market and affordable pricing suitable for all classes.

 

- Key Features of Egyptian Marble:

 

Strength, durability, and high stamina.

Diverse color range, including shades of light beige to dark beige, as well as gray, reflecting Egypt's desert nature.

- Standard Specifications & Technical Data:

 

Water Absorption: 0.20 - 0.89% by weight

Compressive Strength: 136.51 MPa

Density: 2305 - 2628 kg/m3

Flexural Strength: 13.1 - 15.7 MPa

Weight of 2cm thickness per m2: approximately 52 kg

Weight of 3cm thickness per m2: approximately 77 kg

- Surface Finishes:

Sinai Grey Marble offers various surface finishes, including polished, saw-cut, honed, brushed, acid, sandblasted, bush-hammered, tumbled, striped, and split-face marble tiles.

 

- Material Availability:

Blocks, slabs, and tiles are available for Sinai Grey Egyptian Marble.

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