Named after the buffalo, Nari Black is a legendary force from the South African nature. It is a unique, weatherproof and robust granite with unlimited possibilities. Nari Black is economically priced and matches all types of architecture and equipment thanks to its colour, technical characteristics, structure, multiplicity of shapes, finishes and formats.

WORKMANSHIP

Finishes

Staal Polished

Polished surface that is grounded with a very fine abrasive to achieve a mirror-like shine.

Staal Honed

Honed surface is slightly light-reflective, smooth, with a matt finish. No grooves will be visible.

Staal Letano

Letano adds a soft and brushed finish which accentuates the natural colour of the stone, while the sloped surface has a unique feel of its own, equivalent to a “leather touch-feeling”.

Staal Anciento

Anciento slabs are first honed and flamed and then brushed. Anciento is a slightly rough finish which is non-slip but nice to walk on barefoot. The maintenance of the surface is easy and also less susceptible to scratching.

Staal Flamed

Flaming gives the stone surface a varied natural fractured texture. The natural stone slabs are brought into contact with flames and immediately cooled with water. The temperature shock causes the eruption of the grains on the surface. The final roughness depends on the type of stone.

Staal Sawn

Sawn is a rough surface done using a frame saw or a diamond wire. The surface will exhibit saw-cuts, small undulations, and lines.

 

CAMELEON GRANITE

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Quarry

GPS

-25.62411, 27.67878

Location

Brits, South-Africa

Current production

xxxx m³ per year

Possible production

xxxx m³ per year

Technical Specifications and Durability

Petrographic Information

Magmatic rock, plutonic rock, gabbro

Main Minerals

Plagiolcase, pyroxene, olivine, quartz

Secondary Minerals

Opaque minerals

Geological age

Precambrian (1000 Ma)