What is Quartzite?

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Quartzite rock is a natural rock that is obtained due to high pressure and extreme heat, which causes the particles to be compressed to each other

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  • Afghanistan
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  • Bahrain
  • Egypt
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  • Iraq
  • Israel
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  • Palestine
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  • Saudi Arabia
  • Syria
  • Turkey
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Yemen
Quartzite rock is a natural rock that is obtained due to high pressure and extreme heat, which causes the particles to be compressed to each other

Quartzite is a very hard metamorphic rock that has been formed due to the metamorphism of Sandstone due to high pressure and heat in the earth's crust.

Most Quartzite rocks are made of a substance called quartz. This stone has different shapes and is composed of different sizes.
This stone has a rough surface and is crystalline at the same time. White quartzite has a similar appearance to Marble but is more resistant than marble.

Quartzite rock is a natural rock that is obtained due to high pressure and extreme heat, which causes the particles to be compressed to each other and eventually stick together and firmly, resulting in quartzite rock.

Quartzite stone can be used for exterior and interior facades, as well as for repairing walls and floors.
Compared to many other rocks, quartzite is resistant to cold and heat, acidic materials and abrasion and does not disappear over time.
 

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