Established in 1992 as a 100% export-oriented unit, Indigra Exports is one of India’s oldest and most established natural stone processors.
Blocks from selected quarries
High throughout factory with up-to-date machinery
Ensure the product quality is maintained with zero errors
Transport of cargo in containers through FOB port
Slabs in different sizes and finishes
Established in India
M/S Indigra Exports Pvt Ltd established in 1992 as a 100% Export Oriented Unit in Dharmapuri, Tamil Nadu, India.
This modern hi-tech plant has state of the art machinery to process granite blocks into finished slabs.
We do source superior quality blocks from selected mines then after passing strict quality check-ups we supply first quality of granite slabs to all over the world. We continuously supply our granite slabs to Dealers, Wholesalers and stock list in UK, USA, Belgium, Italy, Germany, France, Poland.
Our list of products namely Absolute Black, Indian Black, Jet Black, Catseye, Coromandel Blue, Himalaya Blue, Indian Aurora, Tan Brown, Multicolor Red, Multicolor Verde, Paradiso Violet, Paradiso Bash, Shivakasi Ivory, Steel Grey, Wiskont White, Colonial White, Colonial Gold, Alaska Blue and many more Indian colors.
We can supply all Indian Granites with any thickness slabs(2cm to 20cm) and any finishing/un-finishing.
7200 Cubic Meter
Experience India’s nature
Different shades of black
Black Granite is a common type of felsic intrusive igneous product which is granular and phaneritic in texture that share the hardness and strength of granitic rocks. In geological terms black granite might be gabbro, diabase, basalt, diorite, norite, or anorthosite.The extrusive igneous rock equivalent of granite is rhyolite.
The many colors of India
Types of granite colors determine minerals and rocks that make granite. Quartz, amphiboles, feldspar, potassium, and mica (muscovite or biotite) minerals give granite such unique colors and patterns. Different types of granite colors depend on the concentration of these minerals in the stone.
colored minerals in a granite is largely due to the original source of molten rock that cooled to form the granite. If the molten rock was abundant in potassium feldspar, the granite is more likely to take on a salmon pink color. On the other hand, if the molten rock is abundant in quartz and minerals that make up amphibole.
We have a state of the art manufacturing unit including an exclusive calibration and polishing plant. Our high-tech production facility for stone-cutting enables us to cater to all the specifications of our clients. Our calibration plant utilizes new-age technology which is capable of producing items to meet the high precision requirements of any project.
The equipment at our factory includes multi-head slab polishing lines, gang saws, wire saws, block cutters and filter presses.
The actual asset of our company is our workforce which include craftsmen and a team of granite professionals for quality check. Our team focusses on developing a quality product, ensures timely delivery of the product and also offers prompt after-sales service.
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At Indigra Exports, we are passionate about stone. Being so familiar with it, we may take some of what we know for granite. So here’s a basic primer about stone, the selection process, and other FAQ.
What is Granite?
Granite is an igneous rock, which means that at one time during its development, it was melted like volcanic lava. Unlike lava, however, this melted rock never reached the surface. It remained underground, where it slowly cooled and crystallized, resulting in a unique patterned stone that runs the gamut of the entire spectrum of color.
Polished granite is a very durable stone. Granite has been used in the past in the commercial industry. Some of the obvious applications have been exterior building panels, interior walls, and “high-traffic” floor areas. Granite will withstand almost any element it comes up against including heat and cold.
How we pack the slab to containers?
We pack the slabs with polythene cover in the front face of polishing surface, after we do the crating with finest quality of woods and pack safely and put inside the container truck safely with the help of EOT crane.
HOW DO POLISHED, HONED, LEATHERED AND OTHER FINISHES DIFFER?
The differences are aesthetic as well as functional. More-common finishes include:
Polished — This is the mirror-gloss you are most likely familiar with. It’s attained using increasingly finer flexible diamond-grit pads. Please see “pits” above and watch for them when selecting your slab. While it’s a low-maintenance finish for granite, it is not always appropriate for marble, especially in the kitchen. Soapstone will not take a full polish.
Honed — This is smooth to the touch, like polished, but lacks the shine. It’s achieved using the aforementioned pads, but stopping on a coarser grit than polished. Honed finish runs from dusty looking to just off-polished, and we recommend it for marble in kitchens. However, most granite and darker marble will show fingerprints and rings from glasses if honed, so we suggest against it in these materials. Soapstone is almost always honed.
Brushed, Antiqued, Leathered — These interchangeable terms signify a “rumpley” feel and a moderate shine without gloss. It’s achieved using pads with flexible fingers of plastic and diamond grit. The size and shape of the “rumples” depend on the size of the crystals in the given stone. This finish gives a one of a kind look that is more understatedly elegant than polished and requires less maintenance than honed.
How many slabs we add per crate ?
Based on their slab thickness, we do crates but the weight should not exceeds 4200 kgs per crate.
What type of pricing we offer ?
According to the slab quality we offer discounts upto 30%.
Which quality slabs we have?
- A quality (First Quality)
- Commercial (COM2)
- Baby Slabs (2E Slabs)