Quality Assurance by Granite Industry Kings  

Have you ever wondered how you get the best quality of granite and all other natural stones for multipurpose uses? How many times does the granite industry perform quality assurance checks? Well, there are a number of steps that are followed on a regular basis by the granite industries to ensure that all their natural stones undergo strict quality control steps and the clients get nothing but the best. Granite Industry owners have to make sure that all their material that is supplied is of the best quality and the customers get an excellent quality stone, which can last longer and can be sturdy in terms of construction and installation. 

These steps are also followed so that these natural stones do not wear off with time and their looks and utility don’t deteriorate. 

As time passes by, the construction seems to get old, but if it is strengthened and has undergone all the quality control tests, then it will never lose its charm and will stay as good as new, hence enhancing the value of the property also. 

What do we do for Quality Assurance? 

In this blog, we will look at some of those steps – 

1. Good looks and Good looks: 

It is all about looks. And we all know that. So, to ensure the best looks of the natural stone, we at Madhav Marbles choose the stone block as per strict control measures. The mining also is carried out from predefined mines so as to ensure uniformity in the texture and vibrancy in colour.

2. Pristine Cuts 

Having a chiselled body can be a dream for many, but getting a chiselled stone cut perfectly in perfect shapes and sizes is no more a dream. Madhav Marbles make the stone adhering to their strict quality control measures. Larger pieces of stones are cut and molded into smaller pieces in pre-decided thickness. For this purpose, the granite industry owners use fully automatic block processing machines including gang saws and multi-cutters. The stones we get after our strict adherence to the quality assurance measures are extremely accurate with no room for any kind of variation or defect in the stone surfaces. This step is usually completed at the production site itself. 

3. Finish it perfectly

Well, all the steps that are followed adhering to the quality control measure will turn out to be in vain if this step is left undone but we at Madhav Marbles don’t do that. As granite industry professionals, we make sure that the stones are given perfect finishing polished or leathered to give a flawless and glossy surface to the stone. The stone can be used for multiple purposes so depending upon the demand of the market, the granite industry owners take this step quite efficiently for quality assurance.

4. Cut Exactly

Cutting the marble to the exact size and exact specification is also one of the quality inspection methods followed by granite industry professionals. This step makes sure that no sharp edges are left behind while the marble slab is further processed.

5. Size Measurement

Ensuring the exact and accurate size measurement of each and every marble slab is also considered one of the quality assurance methods adopted by the marble and granite industry owners. This step is done so that each marble that is to be used for some purpose is of the exact length, breadth, and thickness. 

6. Different Tone for different Stone

All the natural stones that are extracted and mined out have different qualities. The granite industry owners have to ensure that their products undergo strict quality assurance practices for which they have to make sure that all the different natural stones have different processes. For the outdoors, extra-thick stones are required. Our granite stones and other stones are fabricated on specially designed cutting machines for accurate and fast production of desired dimensions. The stones are slip-resistant and frost-resistant. 

7. Waterproofing is necessary

Just as waterproofing is necessary for the basements to make them resistant to leakages of any kind, similarly to ensure that the stones undergo strict quality control methods, granite industry owners waterproof the stones at the time of manufacturing to extract internal moisture from them. This step is completed by skilled workers and experts who are specially hired for this purpose by the granite industry owners to ensure stringent quality assurance by using the latest technologies and chemicals for waterproofing the natural stones that are extracted from the mines.

8. During and Pre-checks 

This is the second last but most significant step in the quality control process done by the granite industry experts as they are solely responsible for any lag in the quality of the marble and a good brand like Madhav Marbles won’t ever neglect such a step and would be in support of all the steps that need to be followed during and before the final grand piece of marble comes out for packaging and to be delivered to the clients. 

9. Pack my Stone

After the stone undergoes all these quality control checks and gets a green signal from the quality assurance officers, the final product is taken up for packaging by workers to take the stone from the granite industry owners’ mines directly to their stores and outlets. As packaging appeals more to the customers, it plays a pivotal role in marketing. Each product is marketed as per the special demands from the customers to assure zero breakage during transit and unloading at the destination. 

Madhav Marbles – The Best Supplier of Granite Stones

A highly regulated and professional workplace environment is maintained at Madhav Marbles which makes the quality assurance process even more efficient than it already is. 

So, Madhav Marbles, one of the leading natural stone manufacturers and suppliers ensures each piece of stone undergoes this rigorous process so that their customers get the best quality products.

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