Travertine Navona is available also in this cross-cut version, offering warmth and strength to any room in which it is applied.
Travertine Navona is a form of limestone, with delicate beige backdrop and random veining in lighter beige colour variations, including ochre hues and pores which are characteristic of this extremely popular and hard wearing stone.
Travertine is different to limestone and/or in that it is formed in hot springs rather than being a metamorphic rock. The word ‘travertine’ comes from the Italian ‘travertine’ , which is a variation of the word ‘ Tiburtinus‘ of Tibur’. Its name is also the origin of Tivoli, an area near Rome.
Travertine Navona is frequently used provide an organic look to any architectural area without having to incur in high costs on a project, working well as match-and-mix element in combination, by bringing the beauty of natural stone to interior or exterior surroundings including kitchens, bathrooms, living rooms, utility rooms and terraces, balconies and patio floorings.
Travertine Navona is quarried in the region of Lazio, near Rome in Italy from where it is exported to Europe and the rest of the world, destined to different applications such as flooring, external walls, worktops and cladding.
This stone is available in slabs of 20mm and 30mm thicknesses. Other finishes include Aged, Bush hammered, Sandblasted and Tumbled.
Tiles are available for floorings; a matt finish will provide a softer look on this hard wearing natural stone.
Use of a neutral PH cleaner such as Lithofin Power Clean, for regular maintenance will protect the surfaces and ensure that no chemical damage takes places to both the stone the surface sealant that has been applied to the stone during its installation process.
|Suitable for||Exterior, Interior|
|Average block dimensions||Small-Medium|
|Water Absorption||2.6 by weight %|
|Compressive Strength||50.0 - 87.0 MPa|
|Density||2410 - 2620 Kg/m3|
|Flexural Strength||10.8 - 12.7 MPa|
|Unit Volume Weight: (gr/cm3)||2,41|
|Water Absorption by weight (%||2,6|
|Compressive Strength: Kgf/cm3||500|
|Compressive Strength After Freezing:Kgf/cm3||520|
|Strength to Blow: Kgf/cm3||3|
|Strength to Bending: Kgf/cm3||127|
|Modules of Elasticity: Kgf/cm3||18,46x104|