TRAVERTINE ORIGINATING FROM ITALY
It is a beige travertine quarried in Tivoli, Province of Rome, Italy. This natural stone is also known as classic travertine, roman travertine, travertino romano classico.
Color variations always occur to some extent, even in the same batch.
Catalog - Travertine
Color - Beige
Country - Italy (Cave di Guidonia, Provincia di Roma, Lazio)
Water Absorption - 0.80 %
Compressive Strength - 107.42 - 110.9 MPa
Density - 2473 kg/m3
Flexural Strength - 7.5 - 14.0 MPa
Travertino Romano is mostly used for floor and wall cladding, vanity tops, window sills, pool coping and stair covering. An excellent option both for indoor and outdoor works.
Polished, Honed, Sand blasted, Sawn lines, Split Faced, Chiseled, Bush hammered.
Standard tiles sizes, cut to size and bespoke.
Slabs 20mm, 30mm and non standard size slabs.
For flooring it is advisable to use a dry micro fiber mop where possible, to reduce the risk of scratching.
When wet washing always use an acid-free product! Allow the floor to dry thoroughly during the first 3 to 6 months. During this period it is important to use only a small amount of water to mop the floor and allow the surplus moisture to evaporate from the tiles; also use a product that does not seal the pores of the stone. This product is always added to the wash water and can be used for future regular cleaning.
When the finished surface is completely dry, sensitive areas can be protected with a suitable sealer.
Stock or 2 to 3 weeks.