Tiles, Marble, Granite, Natural stone & Paving Blocks Testing

Tiles, Marble, Granite, Natural Stone & Paving Blocks

Our laboratory testing scope covers all types of natural and artificial stone. We test Granite, Marble, Slate, Sandstone, Limestone, Travertine, and other types of stone. Decoration Granite and marble stones have a wide variety in their physical, mechanical properties that can be tested in our well-equipped laboratory. The following are the main tests carried out on tiles and marbles

Testing can be carried out on:

FAQ

There are a few different ways to test for marble. One way is to use a hardness test. Marble is a relatively soft stone, so it will not scratch as easily as other stones, such as granite. Another way to test for marble is to use a chemical test. Marble will react with acids, such as lemon juice, and will etch or stain.
The hardness test of marble is typically conducted using the Mohs scale of mineral hardness. The Mohs scale is a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being the softest and 10 being the hardest. Marble typically has a hardness of 3 to 4 on the Mohs scale.

The tests on granite typically include:

  • Hardness test: This test measures the hardness of the granite.
  • Porosity test: This test measures the porosity of the granite.
  • Abrasion resistance test: This test measures the abrasion resistance of the granite.
  • Chemical resistance test: This test measures the chemical resistance of the granite.
  • Impact resistance test: This test measures the impact resistance of the granite.

Marble stone can be tested for a variety of properties, including:

  • Hardness: This test measures the hardness of the marble stone.
  • Porosity: This test measures the porosity of the marble stone.
  • Abrasion resistance: This test measures the abrasion resistance of the marble stone.
  • Chemical resistance: This test measures the chemical resistance of the marble stone.
  • Impact resistance: This test measures the impact resistance of the marble stone.

A material testing lab is a laboratory that specializes in testing the properties of materials. Material testing labs typically use a variety of instruments and methods to test the properties of materials, such as hardness, porosity, abrasion resistance, chemical resistance, and impact resistance. The results of material testing can be used to ensure the quality of materials, to develop new materials, and to troubleshoot problems with materials.

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