Rain Forest Golden marble: An Introduction
Rain Forest Golden marble is an elegant looking marble that comes from the Indian state of Rajasthan. Bidasar Golden Marble, another popular name for Rainforest Golden marble, has light to medium golden shade at its base. Giving an impression of interwoven tree branches, dark brown veins extend on the surface of the marble with accents of white.
Its hardness along with the ability to take the polish makes Rain Forest marble make it popular among architects for interior and exterior designing. Available in polished and tumbled finishes, this marble is sure to add to the beauty of any interior or exterior space. A few of its common applications include kitchen countertops, vanity countertops, steps, risers, entryways, fireplace surrounds. This marble is also used to beautify the interiors of living and dining spaces.
At Regatta Universal Exports (RUE), a renowned Indian marble manufacturer and exporter, we offer this exquisite marble as slabs, tiles, and blocks in different sizes and dimensions. Once extracted from the quarries, marble is sent to the Regatta’s marble factory in Rajasthan, where it is book matched, filled with a resin to hide natural voids and sealed. In accordance with international standards, RUE manufactures premium-quality Rain Forest Golden marble and ensures that it reaches the desired location around the world safely within the committed span of time.
|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|
|Silica (SiO2)||20 – 25%|
|Lime (CaO)||38 – 42%|
|Alumina (Al2O3)||2 – 4%|
|Loss on Ignition (LOI)||30 – 32%|
|Other Oxides like Mg & Na||1.5 – 2.5%|