Noce D Vein Cut Roman Travertine

Material: Roman Travertine

Origin: Tivoli, Italy

Availability: Blocks, Slabs, Cut to size

Suggested finishes:
saw cut, honed and stone color filled, honed and unfilled, brushed and unfilled, brushed and stone color filled

Suggested processing:
stone profiles, mosaics and patterns

General description

Roman Travertine Noce D evokes the colors of the earth and the soil. With a strong personality, but warm and welcoming, it lends itself perfectly to indoor and outdoor environments. It gives an intimate and velvety atmosphere because of its tones with amber notes. The warmest of all Roman Travertines, Noce D draws peace and comfort.

Like freshly plowed soil, Noce D releases all the power coming from the earth. The vein cut reveals intense streaks of natural veining. It evokes the bright colors of the earth: dark brown tonalities for the background with beige streaks of the veining.

Noce D Travertine vein cut creates a cosy, adaptable and timeless foundation for any interior style that will never be out of fashion or out of date. Whether the preference is for a natural finish or something that adds a warmer touch to this naural stone, an elegant look or something more rustic, the extensive selection of finishes to apply on this building material are available to anyone.

There are plenty of fitting options to consider. Standard travertine tiles of Noce D can be installed in a number of traditional patterns such as the opus romano pattern (or french pattern) as well as in free length. With the variety of designs available, home owners, contractors and architects can decide on the best option.

As natural stone is used without building chemistry it has positive effects on health. Everyone should rely upon materials that are harmless in terms of building biology. Roman Travertine is a completely unpolluted building material. Earth color rooms built with warm materials such as Travertine Noce D have a calming effect and ensure a pleasant room climate.

Technical Specifications Roman Travertine Noce

1) Flexural strength (UNI EN 12372)

1a) Load perpendicular to asiontropic planes

Mean Fleaxural StrengthStandard deviation

1b) Load perpendicular to corners of asiontropic planes

Mean Fleaxural StrengthStandard deviation

2) Freeze-thaw resistance (UNI EN 12371)

2a) Load perpendicular to asiontropic planes

Mean Fleaxural StrengthStandard deviation