Vanga Red Granite Panels
- Other names: Vanga Granite, Rosso Vanga granite, Vanga Granite, Napoleon Red granite, Ivo Red Granite
- Place of Origin: Sweden
- Type of Stone: Granite
- Absorption: 0.15-0.20%
- Similar stones: Tumkur Red And Multicolor Red India, Tranas Sweden
- Availability: Inquire
Vanga Red Granite is extremely hard and dense stone. Formed eons ago, Vanga Red granite resists weather, wear, freeze and thaw. The density of Vanga Red makes it stain, water and mildew resistant. Born of the inner fires of earth, Vanga Red granite is practically unfazed by fire and heat.
By combining Vanga Red granite with the StonePly system, you get a super strong and lightweight solution. Excellent for building cladding or curtain walls, counters, health care facilities or spas, Vanga Red granite from StonePly is a naturally beautiful solution to your design problem.
Advantages of StonePly Granite Stone Panels
- One of the hardest and most durable of stones
- Resists scratching and marring
- Sanitary and stain resistant
- Granite is easily cleaned
- Sturdy and lightweight
- Health care facilities
- Hotels and Casinos
- Government buildings
- Spas and saunas
- Exterior building cladding
- Interior wall panels
- Counter tops and bars
- Granite curtain wall
- Elevator panels
- Water walls and fountains
Stone Panel Backing Options:
StonePly HC. StonePly HC granite panels are lightweight natural granite panels. The stone panels have up to 60 times the impact resistance of 1 1/2" thick granite. In the StonePly HC process, an aircraft quality aluminum honeycomb is bonded to a granite slab. The StonePly stone panel is strong, light, and faster and easier to install than solid granite slabs. Excellent for exterior stone cladding, curtain walls, marine applications and elevators.
StonePly ACM is a real granite panel bonded to a panel of aluminum composite. Lightweight, thin and strong, StonePly ACM is perfect for interior wall cladding, furniture, signage, counters, worktops and wainscoting.
Stone Panel Finish Options
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