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Silver D Cross 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, sandblasted, bush hammered

Suggested processing:
stone profiles, mosaics and patterns

General description

Like a starry sky, roman travertine Silver D cross cut is a colorful explosion of light and silver natural shades on a uniform hazelnut background. With its sparkling personality this exclusive travertine is ready to conquer the hearts of natural stones lovers.

One would expect from the cross cut technique to conceal the natural veining resulting in tiles with a faint cloudy-like spots, but this kind of travertine is unique as it displays a mesmerizing pattern full of vitality, with an intricate disposition of shimmering tones.

It is a statement of elegance and power from nature. Its sophisticated look fits perfectly and enriches both commercial and residential spaces. Walls and floors dressed up with roman travertine Silver D take this power and transform it into energy for our mind and soul. Works of art, decorations, and countertops made of this roman travertine will confer a classy touch to kitchens, living areas, or bathrooms. Its natural non-slip feature and the low maintenance that it requires make it a perfect choice for paving both in interior and exterior spaces.

The gorgeous visual effect ensured by paired tiles is a high-end touch for classy buildings. Its liveliness arouses human desire of pursuing the highest forms of beauty, resulting in captivating patterns and designs.

No other stone, be it natural or artificial, can boast versatility and resistance as much as the stone from Tivoli. Romans were the first ones to notice its uniqueness and decorated their beloved city of Rome with travertine. Then many others followed their example, especially architects and sculptors of the Renaissance. Today travertine is admired and sought-after worldwide, as proved by many of our international projects.

Technical Specifications Roman Travertine Silver

1) Flexural strength (UNI EN 12372)

1a) Load perpendicular to asiontropic planes

Mean Fleaxural StrengthStandard deviation
12,5MPa1,8Mpa

1b) Load perpendicular to corners of asiontropic planes

Mean Fleaxural StrengthStandard deviation
13,1MPa2,0Mpa

2) Freeze-thaw resistance (UNI EN 12371)

2a) Load perpendicular to asiontropic planes

Mean Fleaxural StrengthStandard deviation
8,3MPa0,9Mpa

2b) Load perpendicular to corners of asiontropic planes

Mean Fleaxural StrengthStandard deviation
9,2MPa1,7Mpa

3) Slip Resistance (UNI EN 1341)

Mean Slip Resistance, Single Sample
63

4) Abrasion Resistance (UNI EN 1341)

Mean Abrasion Resistance
21,4