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Bateig Gold Sandstone

Bateig Gold Sandstone   Sandstone Bateig Gold sandstone is a calcareous sandstone with strong and abundant angular detritic quartz clasts. It is gray-white, compact and fine-grained. It is extracted in the province of Alicante, in the municipality of Novelda. Formerly the Bateig Gold sandstone was called as “Novelda stone”. This rock is classified as a …

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Bateig Blue Sandstone

Bateig Blue Sandstone   Sandstone Bateig Blue Sandstone is a calcareous sandstone with strong and abundant angular detritic quartz clasts. It has a grey-white colour, is compact and fine-grained. It is extracted in the province of Alicante, in the municipality of Novelda. Formerly it was called as “Novelda stone”. This rock is classified as a …

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Niwala Yellow Sandstone

Niwala Yellow Sandstone   Sandstone Niwala Yellow sandstone is a sedimentary rock, i.e. with fossil limestone shells formed by agglomerates of limestone cement. The finishes must be used in raw or polished form. Its main application is outdoors, both in pavements and coatings. Finishing POLISHED MATE SANDBLASTING BUJARDED ANCIENT FLAMED Physical and Mechanical Characteristics PROPIEDADES …

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Alba Limestone

Alba Limestone   Limestone The Alba Limestone is a material like “biomicrite”, slightly greyish white and uniform, without veins or pores, without remains of fossils. Versatile material so it has become a basic only or in combination with any of our materials are widely used especially in hot climates. It is recommended to use it …

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Caliza Paloma

Paloma Limestone

Paloma Limestone   Limestone Paloma Limestone, also known as rock dove, is a pore rock between homogeneous particles, characterized by homogeneous white appearance. Located exclusively in the Matagallar quarry, located in the town of Pedrera (Seville).  It consists mainly of well-selected ooliths, many of whose nuclei are fossils: foraminifera, fragments of bryozoa and molluscs and …

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Caliza Capri

Capri Limestone

Capri Limestone   Limestone Capri Limestone is a creamy white limestone with fine to medium grain and uniform background. It presents small scattered dark brown spots. Its main variations of color change (lighter or darker) and grain (fine, medium and coarse). It is used in exteriors (facades, etc.), as well as in interiors. Finishing POLISHED …

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San Vicente Limestone

San Vicente Limestone   Limestone The San Vicente Limestone is a gray-green limestone with areas in which light tones appear. The limestone is a fossiliferous with alveolines, Tertiary age and presented stratified in horizontal layers. Its use is recommended for exteriors (facades, stairs, balustrades) and interiors (floors, worktops, plates). It admits any type of superficial …

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Tina Menor Limestone

Tina Menor Limestone   Limestone The Tina Menor Limestone, is a unique rock, of medium grain, with abundant fossils and a significant proportion of quartz that gives it a particular hardness. Its composition is glauconite, with a unique tone that is improved with polishing and sharpening. Its different finishes give it the ideal adjustment to …

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Roman Travertino Marble

Roman Travertino Marble    Marble The Roman Travertino Marble is a sedimentary rock composed mainly of calcium carbonate and originated millions of years ago by the deposits of rivers and springs that give it a unique and timeless beauty. The first examples of resistance and magnificent decorative qualities of this natural stone can be found in ancient Rome, …

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