This material, also called Emerald Pearl or Ala de mosca verde on the other side of the Atlantic, is a granite from the Nordic countries and as such presents a quite arctic character. It has a dark, almost black background with emerald or silver reflections depending on the way the sun’s rays fall upon its surface.
Fire reaction type A1
Good thermal inertia
Surface treated from the sawn material. It consists of passing the slabs through a brushing process using diamond bristles with which a rough and smooth surface is achieved.
Treated surface equal to flamed and subsequently going through a brushing process, giving a rough and smooth result.
Completely smooth and shiny finish achieved by abrading the surface of the material and applying waxes. This is the most requested finish for countertops, because of its ease of cleaning and disinfection. By closing the pores, greater resistance to external agents is obtained.
Interior and exterior claddings, furniture, countertops, etc.