Impala Black Granite, also known as K Black, emerges from an Impala Black granite quarry as a light/medium/dark grey gabbro/norite, hailing from the Precambrian period. While internationally recognized as granite, European standards classify it as gabbro. Renowned for its versatility, this stone is suitable for both interior and exterior use, exhibiting frost resistance and a constant polish. Impala Black Granite’s mineral composition consists of feldspar, pyroxene, hornblende, and quartz, with dark minerals predominating.
In the Rustenburg Region, you do not need to look far to find a DLA Investment operated Impala Black granite quarry.
The stone comes in three distinct selections: light, medium, and dark, offering a spectrum of aesthetic possibilities. While a sealant can be used on Impala Black Granite, caution is advised to avoid excessive attempts, which might lead to a residue film build-up. A small sample test is recommended before applying sealants. During the polishing process, a clear epoxy resin filler may be used to address micro-fissures, ensuring a smoother finish without compromising the stone’s integrity.
Impala Black Granite finds its way into a myriad of construction projects, from commercial to domestic. It graces prefabricated countertops, vanities, tiles, backsplashes, paving, fireplaces, and even memorials. The stone is available in premium quality slab sizes, catering to diverse project requirements.
For those seeking to create lasting memorials, DLA Investment Granite Quarries offers slabs of Impala Black cut to customer specifications. The material’s durability and timeless beauty make it a fitting choice for commemorating significant moments.
Black granite extracted from an Impala Black granite quarry holds significant value in the construction and design industries. Its aesthetic appeal, durability, and versatility contribute to its desirability, making it a sought-after material for a range of applications.
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