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      Bush-hammered
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      Beaded resin
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      Scratched
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      Sanded
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Black Marquina

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Stones and alternative names: Black Marquina, Nero Marquina, Marquina Black Marble, very intense black color of very fine granules, characterized by the presence of calcite veins and scattered white fossils, corresponds lithologically with limestone described as biomyrito, with remnants of rudist molluscs and ostreids. The age of the material is approximately 115 Ma (Lower Aptiano – Upper Albiano), belonging to the Early Cretaceous. Interesting material for:

  • Highly Fire Resistant
  • Highly Wear Resistant
  • Easy to care for and Clean
  • Low water absorption coefficient

The stone is a natural product, as such, differs in colors and textures. Technical information provided by UNE.

Physical and Mechanical Properties

Water absorption P.At.N0,13 %
Bulk density (Kg/cm3)2664
Permeabilidade ao vapor de água (µ)10000
Porosity0,3 %
Reação ao fogo Clase A1
Wear resistance (mm)19,8
Compressive strength (MPa)145,1
Resistência ao envelhecimento por choque térmico (perda de massa) (%) 0
Flexural strength (MPa)13,6
Energia de Rotura ( J )6,86

Macroscopic Properties

Calcite98 %
Quartz2 %

Finishes

Polished, Honed, Aged.

Usage

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Pavements, Facades, Interiores Escadas e Encimeiras.

Method of application

Before applying all stones should be waterproofed with an aqueous water repellent. The settlement should be made, preferably, with white glue cement.