White Terrazzo Stone Tiles
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White Terrazzo Stone Tiles with Blue Glass Chips
Color Code: MC001
It is made up of combination of royal blue and crystal white marble. The small particles are unevenly distributed, open and dense, transparent and crystal-clear, showing exquisite quality. The white crystal white marble is the main tone, with the blue irregular glass color point, the whole Cool shades for modern fashion and Mediterranean style.
Material and Color Texture:
White 525 Concrete Mixed with Blue Glass Chips and Natural Crystal White Marble Aggregate.
White Mable Aggregate Chip size about 5mm, Blue Glass Chip size about 6mm.
Terrazzo Products Size:
Terrazzo Tile: 300x300, 400x400, 300x600, 600x600, 800x800, 600x1200mm etc.
Terrazzo Thickness: 18mm, 20mm, 25mm, 30mm, 40mm etc. 15mm of some colors are also ok.
Terrazzo Slabs: 2450x1650, 2450x1850, 2750x1850, 3250x1650mm
Other Products: Staircase, Steps, Risers, Countertops, Vanity Tops, Trays, Bathtubs, Moasics etc.
Terrazzo Stone Surface can be done:
Polished, Honed, Leather, Bush hammered, Sandblasted, Brushed, Antique, Flamed etc.
Terrazzo Stone Application:
1. Interior Flooring tiles, Wall Cladding decoration.
2. Exterior Flooring tiles, Wall Façade decoration.
3. Countertops, Worktops, Table tops, Reception desks etc.
Terrazzo Project Type:
Commercial or Residential Projects, such as Luxurious Boutiques, Fashion Stores, Hospital, Hotel, Museums, Theaters, Office, Private house etc.
|Terrazzo Test Report by SGS|
|Essential Characteristics||Performance||Harmonised Technical Specification|
|Apparent Density||2460 kg/m3||EN 14617-1:2013|
|Water Absorption||3.11%||EN 14617-1:2013|
|Flexural Strength||9.3 MPa||EN 14617-2:2016|
|Abrasion Resistance (polished)||40.5 mm||EN 14617-4:2012|
|Freeze and Thaw Resistance||8.8 MPa||EN 14617-5:2012|
|Slip Resistance (polished)||SRV “dry”: 36||EN 14231:2003|
|SRV “wet”: 11|
|Compressive strength||97 MPa||Refer to EN 14617-15:2005|
|Reaction to fire||Classification: A1||EN 13501-1:2007+A1:2009|