Travertine and Limestone can be used for floor tiles, walling cladding tiles, Mosaic, Column, Sculpture, fireplace mantel, countertops, vanity, sinks and basins, tabletops, paving stone, mold and trim ,cobblestone, etc. We also can make all kinds of travertine products as per your design
What is Travertine?
Travertine is a sedimentary rock. It is a natural chemical precipitate of carbonate minerals; typically aragonite, but often recrystallized to, or primarily, calcite.
Travertine forms as calcium carbonate is deposited from the water of mineral springs or rivulets that are saturated with dissolved calcium bicarbonate. The spring water from which the calcium carbonate precipitates can be hot, warm or cold. The rate of deposition increases with the temperature of the water, or alternatively, when biotic material accelerates the process of precipitation.
The ornate columns of travertine in caves are an example of an inorganic chemical sedimentary rock. (More Travertine information, find here:Travertine & Limestone
Why Choose Natural Travertine?
Travertine has been used in the construction industry since the roman era. The colosseum is one of the oldest and largest buildings in the world and is mostly constructed with Travertine due to the large deposits of Travertine that were quarried from Tivoli.
Natural Travertine will withstand weathering and erosion without deterioration. Travertine is known rather to strengthen and improve with age. The colours of Travertine will not fade over time, they will maintain their natural colour for decades.
Very little maintenance is required with Travertine, they are simply a naturally hard-wearing stone. It is a versatile, durable and reliable natural stone used for many applications.
Travertine is available in a range of natural colours, dimensions and surface finishes. Travertine comes in a range of tumbled, cut, filled or unfilled, bullnosed, random patterns, vanities, basins and various other products. It can even be cut to your specific size requirements.
What is Limestone?
Limestone is a sedimentary rock composed largely of the mineral calcite (calcium carbonate: CaCO3). The deposition of limestone strata is often a by-product and indicator of biological activity in the geologic record. Calcium (along with nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium) is a key mineral to plant nutrition: soils overlying limestone bedrock tend to be pre-fertilized with calcium. Limestone is an important stone for masonry and architecture, vying with only granite and sandstone to be the most commonly used architectural stone. Limestone is a key ingredient of quicklime, mortar, cement, and concrete. The solubility of limestone in water and weak acid solutions leads to important phenomena. Regions overlying limestone bedrock tend to have fewer visible groundwater sources (ponds and streams), as surface water easily drains downward through cracks in the limestone. While draining, water slowly (over thousands or millions of years) enlarges these cracks; dissolving the calcium-carbonate and carrying it away in solution. Most well-known natural cave systems are through limestone bedrock. (more limestone information, try to find here:Limestone Products
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