Marble Exporters & Suppliers India

Venus Stone Pvt. Ltd. the best suppliers & exporters of all kind of marble stone like: GREEN MARBLES, RAINFOREST MARBLES, WHITE MARBLES & OTHER COLOURS OF MARBLES

As the name suggests a brilliant stone ‘marmaros’ a word derived from Greek. It is the property of marble to change in beams of the sun, to be new to an eye every time, unique play of light.

Properties of Marble
Marble has many properties due to which it remains one the most popular natural building materials:
Convenience of processing. Marble is plastic and easily polishing. It is viscous and strong enough, therefore it does not break at once, allowing cutting products of various forms;
Durability: The first signs of white marble ageing appear only after 100-150 years;
Water resistance: Water absorption factor of marble is low (0.08-0.12 %), so it can be used for finishing of bathrooms, pools, fountains.
Frost resistance: Marble practically does not absorb moisture — therefore, there will be no micro cracks from liquid freezing under low temperatures. Products of marble can be used safely in cold premises;
Thermo stability: Heat does not influence on marble, so it can be used for fireplaces or to finishing of premises, where temperatures essentially exceed usual temperature;
Ecological compatibility: Marble is classified as a first class material by its level of natural radio-activity, and it can be applied in construction of all types of objects. Being a natural material, it is porous and is capable of breathing — it creates a favorable microclimate in a room;

Physical Properties of Marble

Hardness 3 to 4 on Moh’s Scale
Density 2.55 to 2.7Kg/cm3
Compressive Strength 70 to 140N/mm2
Modulus of Rupture 12 to 18 N/mm2
Water Absorption Less than0.5% (except Rainforest Green/Brown with 2-3%)
Porosity Quite low
Weather Impact Resistant

Chemical Properties of Marble

Lime (CaO) 28-32%
Silica (SiO2) 3-30% (varies with variety)
MgO 20 to 25%
FeO + Fe2O3 1-3%
Loss On Ignition (LOI) 20-45%

Sizes Available :
Blocks, Slabs, Tiles.

Polished, Honed, Sawn (Rough), Sand Blasted, Bush Hammered, Flamed.

Uses of Marble Stone

  1. Marble is used commonly as elegant building material.
  2. Marble is useful for long lasting building constructions.
  3. Marble statue, fountains, fire places etc., enhances the home decor par excellence.
  4. Marble is also useful for various industrial applications as it a reliable source of calcium carbonate.

How to clean Marble Stone
Marble is a permeable stone and hence gets stained. We need to keep it little care to uphold the shine of the Marble. Regular cleaning practice can maintain marble floors and furniture from shining loss. To make the marble surface more glittering scientifically approved commercial cleaners can be used. Never use any cheap quality cleaners such as detergents and locally available powders.