TRAVERTINE CUTTING TYPES AND SHAPES
Used in many architectures, travertines are known for their clean finish and non-uniform colours. It is used on the interior and exterior of buildings with its durable and stylish stance. Travertines will add the same atmosphere to your buildings and a stylish business will give you a clue that you are a decorator. Besides being a visual feast, you can also use it for insulation as it preserves the heat quality very well.
Travertines are an alloy found near water sources and formed by interacting with calcium carbonate in the water. Their perforated structure has become the focus of preference with its various colors. You can enjoy the autumn weather or summer in the gardens with its pure white color, light beige and brown colors.
Travertine blocks are cut in 2 different shapes.
The first Turkish cut, also known as the waterway cut (vein-cut).
The second is the American cross cut, that is, the name given to the horizontal cutting of the block. According to the demand, the filling process of the pores is also done in our company with special filling materials.
CUTTING SHAPE EDGE OPERATIONS;
Herringbone edge cut
tumbled antique edge cut
Operations such as rustic edge breaking are applied.
According to the surface treatments;
It can be subjected to processes such as polished, unpolished, honed surface, honed (matte) surface, brushed surface.
You can use your travertines in different colors in your bathroom, sink, kitchen, living room and other rooms. Whether your architecture is small or large, it will stand out with a spacious perception. The area is quite wide.
Travertines vary according to the regions where they are extracted. The first place that comes to mind when travertine is mentioned is Pamukkale travertines, which is the place to be seen in Denizli. Travertines are also extracted in Afyon and Sivas. There are also colors such as yellow, red, white, grey, brown and beige.
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