Swedish Grey Kulla
Warm and classically beautiful in its simplicity.
Kulla is a quarry south of Lönsboda in north-east Skåne province. Grey granite was quarried here on-and-off from the 1950s, and production has been continuous since the 1980s. Swedish Grey Kulla is an aesthetic, versatile stone with a warm grey colour, making it ideal for monuments and as a construction stone.
About the material
Swedish Grey Kulla polished
|Apparent density||EN 1936||KG / M3||2655||Water absorption||EN 13755||WEIGHT %||0,1||Abrasion resistance, Böhme (based on weight measurement)||EN 14157||MM3||5377||Slip resistance, honed surface (dry)||EN 14231||SRV||53||Slip resistance, honed surface (wet)||EN 14231||SRV||19||Flexural strength||EN 12372||MPa||14,5, average 15,8, |
standard deviation 0,6
|Compressive strength||EN 1926||MPa||252, average 260, |
standard deviation 3,7
|Breaking load at dowel holes||EN 14158||N||2691, average 3027, |
standard deviation 171,6
|Fracture energy||EN 14158||J||6||Petrographic composition||EN 12407 (only main components)||Potassium feldspar||%||45||Quartz||%||32||Plagioclase||%||11||Biotite||%||8|