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Brazilian Viaveneto Quartzite is a metamorphic stone primarily composed of quartz, with a gray base color and pale green veins. It is highly resistant, durable, and has a striking and elegant appearance due to its unique texture and prominent veins.
It is commonly used as a flooring, countertop, bathroom flooring, facade, and other cladding applications. It is easy to clean and maintain, and it is versatile, complementing various decorating styles.
It is the “shiny” surface that results in the plate when receiving the complete finish, that is, until the last grain. Depending on its composition, the polished material may have a higher or lower brightness intensity.
It is the resultant surface in the sheet when it receives roughing treatment performed by steel brushes or synthetic materials. Different brushing models can be executed, with greater roughness, medium and few.
It is the resultant surface in the sheet when it receives roughing treatment performed by steel brushes or synthetic materials. Carried out with a brush of low roughness, which gives it a lightly textured look like fabric.
It is the resultant surface in the plate when it receives heat treatment (burned with torch specially developed for the function) that takes out small flakes of the same, making the surface slightly irregular producing the impression that it is rustic.
It is the resultant surface on the sheet when receiving abrasive grinding wheels up to the grain 120. This grain defines the surface finish limit either as anti-slip or even for the application of resin and subsequent polishing.
It is the resultant surface in the sheet when it receives roughing treatment performed by steel brushes or synthetic materials. Depending on the type of brushes used you can still reproduce in some materials a surface with a design similar to natural leather.