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Natural Granites

What are Natural Granites?

Also known as color micas make resinous flooring glisten with natural crystalline beauty. These unique flakes are derived from a group of sheet silicate minerals, called mica, which iinclude muscovite, phlogopite, biotite, clintonite and others. The mica family of minerals contain highly perfect basil cleavage. Through a highly technical manufacturing process, the distinctive hexagonal atom arrangement of the mica minerals is seperated into sheet-like pieces, seperated into natural color groups and broken down into standardized flakes sizes. These unique flakes provide a natural metallic luster that cannot be achieved with other engineered minerals.Natural ColorMicas™ resinous flooring media is currently available in 6 unicolor-styles and two standard size ranges (Macro & Micro) that can be blended, mixed and matched to customize your floor and complement any décor.



Natural Color Granites Advantages• 100% colorfastness / UV stability • Unique natural metallic luster • Excellent chemical resistance • Sound reducing ergonomics • Two standardized size ranges • Extraordinary resilience • Customizable to complement any décor • Lab tested resin system compatibility • Unlimited custom-blending options • Fast turnaround times • Custom packaging & labeling options • No minimum order quantities • Extreme sales & marketing support • Knowledgable & friendly service



Natural Color Granites Recommended Application Enivronments

• Airports • Art Centers • Auditoriums• Auto Dealerships • Banks • Banquet Halls • Bars, Pubs & Taverns • Boutiques • Casinos • Churches• Concourses• Corridors • Countertops• Country Clubs • Department Stores • Financial Institutions • Foyers • Galleries • Garage Floors • Gentlemen's Clubs• Hotels • Kitchens • Lavatories • Lobbies • Lounges • Museums • Nightclubs • Office Buildings • Restaurants • Retail Stores • Salons • Shopping Centers • Showrooms • Spas • Sunrooms • Supermarkets • Universities • Vestibules • Wineries • And more...









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