TRAVETINE

 

TRAVERTINE


Travertine has become one of the most famous stones in the building market today. Although marble, limestone and travertine are composed of calcium carbonate (CaCo3) travertine is different from those stones due to its mode of formation and structure. While it has an identical mineral composition to limestone and marble, the unique swirls of color make this stone a fashionable choice. There are small cavities in travertine stone which change its physical structure and characteristics compared to limestone. However, these holes don’t mean that travertine is not a reliable material, just look at the Roman Coliseum. Travertine is a remarkably anisotropic material which gives the stone a clearly different appearance depending on which way it is cut. Cutting travertine perpendicular to the bedding accentuates and emphasizes the grain and is labeled as vein-cut. The vein-cut finish reveals the natural elongated cavities within the stone. Travertine that is cut parallel to the bedding is named cross-cut which reveals cloud-like patterns in the stone.

Nokansaz Company has this ability to produce its stone building products in a new feature namely“laminated Stone”. For getting more information about laminated stone, please click on Laminated stone and for more details, ordering and contacting the department please click on Trading Department.

 
 

TDM116

TDM116

TLA107

TLA107

TPA113

TPA113

TSA111

TSA111
 

TGA110

TGA110

TMA114

TMA114

TRA109

TRA109
 

THM115

THM115

TPA112

TPA112

TSA108

TSA108
 
 

TBCNA127

 

TBTNA130

 

TCTNA150

 

TGSER122

 

TLSER121

 

TNKNA138

TBWER124

 

TCHNA133

 

TCXNA148

 

TLHNA131

 

TMCER125

 

TSMNA135

TBWNA140

 

TCTNA128

 

TGBNA136

 

TLMNA134

 

TMCNA129

 

TSSNA141