Avocatus quartzite

What is Avocatus quartzite?

Avocatus Quartzite, a testament to nature’s artistry, emerges from the depths of a Brazilian quarry, showcasing a captivating blend of hues that range from lush greens to subtle whites and blacks. Its distinctive surface tells a tale of ancient geological forces, where minerals like mica, feldspar, and iron oxide intertwine to create a symphony of colors and patterns.

While this quartzite may not be as widely recognized as other natural stones, its unique geological formation sets it apart, making each slab a masterpiece of nature’s craftsmanship. The presence of minerals adds depth and character to its appearance, unveiling a tapestry of colors that captivate the senses.

What is Avocatus quartzite used for?

To accentuate its natural beauty, Avocatus Quartzite is meticulously cut into slabs and offered in a variety of finishes, including polished, honed, and the increasingly popular “Leather” finish, which imbues spaces with an earthy, tactile quality. Whether adorning kitchen countertops, bathroom vanity tops, or living room tables, Avocatus brings a touch of sophistication to any interior environment.

Renowned for its durability and resilience, this green Quartzite is a solid choice for high-traffic areas, offering unmatched performance and longevity. Its resistance to heat, scratches, and stains makes it ideal for both residential and commercial applications, ensuring that its beauty endures for years to come.

Avocatus quartzite

Avocaturs Quartzite slabs 2cm leather finish. Ideal to use as kitchen countertops, islands, backsplashes or bathroom wall & floors applications
Avocaturs Quartzite slabs 2cm leather finish. Ideal to use as kitchen countertops, islands, backsplashes or bathroom wall & floors applications

Avocatus quartzite slab

Avocaturs Quartzite slabs 2cm leather finish. Ideal to use as kitchen countertops, islands, backsplashes or bathroom wall & floors applications
Avocaturs Quartzite slabs 2cm leather finish. Ideal to use as kitchen countertops, islands, backsplashes or bathroom wall & floors applications

What is Avocatus quartzite price?

Pricing for Avocatus Quartzite varies depending on factors such as origin and fabrication costs. In the United States, prices typically range from $60 to $150 per square foot. For slabs sourced from esteemed Italian factories, costs range from €600 to €1200 per square meter, excluding fabrication and installation expenses.

With its exquisite beauty and unparalleled durability, Avocatus Quartzite stands as a timeless testament to the wonders of nature, enriching spaces with its captivating presence and enduring elegance. 

It is available in slabs with a thickness of 20mm (3/4”) and a polished or leathered surface finish. Ask availability now!

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Specification Details
Material Name Avocatus Quartzite
Color Varied, typically ranging from greenish-gray to brown with veins and specks of green, gray, and beige
Texture Fine to medium-grained texture
Origin Primarily quarried in regions such as Brazil and other South American countries
Common Finishes Polished, Honed, Leathered, Brushed
Applications Kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities, flooring, backsplashes, wall cladding, outdoor paving, fireplace surrounds, accent walls
Durability High; resistant to scratches, heat, and stains
Density Approximately 2.6 – 2.8 g/cm³
Compressive Strength Varies, typically between 100 – 250 MPa depending on specific quarry and slab quality
Water Absorption Low to medium, typically less than 1%
Porosity Low to medium, depending on specific variety
Maintenance Requires regular cleaning with pH-neutral cleaner, periodic sealing to maintain stain resistance
Cleaning Recommendations Clean spills promptly, avoid abrasive or acidic cleaners
Heat Resistance High; however, use trivets or hot pads to prevent thermal shock
Scratch Resistance High; use cutting boards to prevent potential scratches
Sealing Recommended to seal periodically to enhance stain resistance and protect against moisture penetration
Availability Available in slab form, typically in various thicknesses

*If you are a private client, contractor, architect, or designer, we can deliver to you wherever you are. All you need to do is find a stone fabricator or manufacturer in your area where we can deliver our product.

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