Mar 24, 2020
Granite is a kind of tectonic rock formed by volcanic erupting lava that rises to the surface of the earth's crust under the pressure of considerable pressure. Acid igneous rocks are magmatic rocks (igneous rocks). Granite is mainly composed of quartz, feldspar and mica. The content of feldspar is 40% to 60%, and the content of quartz is 20% to 40%. Its color depends on the type and quantity of the components. Granite is a rock with a fully crystalline structure.
High-quality granite has fine and uniform grains, compact structure, high quartz content, and bright feldspar. Granite is hard, acid and alkali resistant, and weather resistant, so it is mostly used outdoors, which is indispensable in landscape applications. Granite is the hardest building material, and it also has good abrasion resistance due to its super hardness. Granite is stronger than sandstone, limestone, and marble, making mining more difficult.