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Finland : Baltic Brown Granite

Please note that these are average samples only. Due to granite being a natural material, rough block, slabs, tiles, and monuments are all liable to vary in colour and veining, therefore absolute resemblance cannot be guaranteed. Your monitor settings may affect appearance.

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Baltic Brown Granite

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Synonyms: Baltic Braun, Baltic Brovn, Baltic Brun, Baltik Braun, Brown Baltic, Bruno Baltico, Castanho Verdoso, Coffe Diamond, GA 501, Kugelgranit, Marron Baltico, Marrone Baltico, Rapakiwi-Granit, Ylaemaan Ruskea

Commercial name (according to European Standard EN 12440 addendum A) for a brown-black granite (Rapakivi) of the Precambrian period. Frost resistant, polish constant.

Average Mineral Distribution: Orthoclase: 55%, Quartz: 25%, Plagioclase: 11%, Amphibole: 9%

Baltic Brown Granite The large crystalline texture makes it suitable for facades and other construction details. It is also well suited for other purposes. This stone is used worldwide in a number of large projects.
General Usage for Baltic Brown Granites Suitable for both exterior and interior purposes. It is used mainly as a building stone for facades, floors and interior wall claddings. Baltic Brown is also suitable for monuments.
Quarrying Area for Baltic Brown Granites Near Ylämaa, eastern Finland
Technical Specification  
Young's Modulus 57.9 GPa (8.4 x 10^6 psi)
Compressive Strength 129 MPa (18.7 x 10³ psi)
Modulus Of Rupture (Bending Test) 10.73 MPa (1556 psi)
Hardness: Vickers/Mohs 764/6.0
Water Absorption 0.16/0.44 %
Volumetric Weight 2684 kg/m³ (168 lb/ft³)
Note  
These figures and details are given for guidance purposes only, no reliance should be taken as to their accuracy.

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