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What is composite marble made of?

  • Composite Marble is 90-96% Calcium Carbonate (CaCO3) and 6-10% resin + pigments and a few other chemicals.

How is composite marble made?

Why should I use Composite Marble instead of natural marble?

In what thicknesses is composite marble available?

Here are a few tips to follow:

  • Never use POP (Plaster of Paris).
  • Use a high speed cutting machine with a good quality cutting blade
  • Use good quantity of water during cutting
  • Remove the plastic covering before installation or cutting, the covering is only for protection during transit.
  • Preferably use adhesives instead of conventional cement mortar.
  • Leave a gap of 5-8 mm underneath the skirting to counter any structural movement and thermal expansion
  • It is mandatory to leave an expansion gap of 8-10mm every 5 meters wherever the expanse is large.
  • The joints should not be filled immediately. Wait for the bed to dry and then fill up the gap with a high quality resin.
  • Never use dark composites on the exteriors, the pigments are not UV protected.
  • Use a good quality sealant on textured surfaces before and after installation.
  • To clean the composite surface use lukewarm water or some good quality stone cleaner. DO NOT use phenyl or Harpic kind of cleaner, it will stain the surface permanently.
  • Composite piece should not be more than 5 feet in length and 3 feet in width on floors.

Can we get textures on composite marble?

Where all can we use composite marble? Is it advisable to use composite marble on facades and exteriors?

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