Basalt

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Experimental-Only Content: This information has been updated to the v2.X version of IC².


Basalt
Basalt ig.png
Grid Basalt.png
Properties
Type Block
Tool Wooden Pickaxe
Armor rating {{{armorrating}}}
Damage {{{damage}}}
Durability {{{durability}}}
Mining level {{{mininglevel}}}
Stackable Yes (64)
Flammable No
Danger {{{danger}}}
Protection {{{protection}}}
Storage {{{storageslots}}}
Liquid Storage {{{lstorage}}} mB
Upgrades
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Previous tier {{{prevtier}}}
Next tier {{{nexttier}}}
Energy Consumption
Max EU Input {{{maxeu}}}
EU Use {{{eu_use}}} EU/t
EU Per Operation {{{eu_op}}}
EU Storage {{{storage}}} EU
EU Production {{{eu_produce}}} EU/t
Max EU Output {{{maxout}}}
Max Heat Input {{{maxhu}}} HU/t
Heat Use {{{hu_use}}} HU/t
Heat Production {{{hu_produce}}} HU/t
Max Kinetic Input {{{maxku}}} KU/t
Kinetic Use {{{ku_use}}} KU/t
Kinetic Production {{{ku_produce}}} KU/t
Technical Details
Operation Length {{{optime}}} Seconds
UU Cost {{{uu_cost}}}
First appearance {{{firstappearance}}}
Last appearance {{{lastappearance}}}
ID IC2:{{{id}}}
Flow Speed {{{fluidspeed}}} m/s
Player Speed {{{movespeed}}}

Basalt is a decorative block with a blast resistance of 45. It is an igneous rock; in other words, it takes about 13 times longer to mine and is 1.5 times as resistant to explosions than normal Stone.

Obtaining

Basalt is actually an extrusive igneous rock, which is just another way of saying "volcanic". You can make Basalt in IndustrialCraft² by freezing Pahoehoe Lava source blocks. Pahoehoe Lava's freezing point is actually very high (unlike water), so for simplicity it will always eventually cool into Basalt. Conduction (contact with cold fluids, such as Coolant) will also cause the Pahoehoe Lava to harden.