White Travertine Tiles are cut from blocks either along or across the natural vein formations in the rock. According to the cutting style, White Travertine tiles are classified as vein-cut. Tiles are then calibrated and natural holes on the surface are filled to give a smooth and contemporary feeling to the tiles.
Vein cut is not as common as cross cut in the market and is a rather specialist design. Travertine Vein cut finish fits especially to large scale cladding projects as well as indoor or outdoor walling and flooring.
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White Vein Cut Travertine Tile features a lovely combination of creamy white tones and warm beiges. Available in a wide range of sizes and in both a honed and polished finish, this modern tile is suitable for design projects including countertops, floors, walls, backsplashes, and more. In addition, both 2CM and 3CM slabs are available to complete the look. White Travertine Veincut is a form of limestone deposited by mineral springs, especially hot springs. Denizli Light Travertine Veincut often has a fibrous or concentric appearance and exists in white, tan, cream-colored, and even rusty varieties. It is formed by a process of rapid precipitation of calcium carbonate, often at the mouth of a hot spring or in a limestone cave. In the latter, it can form stalactites, stalagmites, and other speleothems. White İvory Travertine Stone is often used as a building material. The Romans mined deposits of travertine for building temples, aqueducts, monuments, bath complexes, and amphitheaters such as the Colosseum the largest building in the world constructed mostly of travertine.
Denizli travertine was formed in an ancient warm spring. Calcium carbonate from the mineral water crystallized and formed the beautiful and distinctive Denizli travertine. Pure calcium carbonate crystals are white and the coloration in the travertine comes from other minerals. Denizli travertine is porous with numerous voids. This pitting is what gives travertine its beauty and interesting appearance. When used as a cladding, water can quickly pass through the voids in solid travertine.
Denizli travertine was formed in an ancient hot springs. Travertine is a calcium carbonate stone sometimes referred to as travertine limestone or travertine marble, but travertine is different than either. In the formation process, numerous voids are created in the travertine. Denizli travertine gets its interesting appearance from these voids and cavities. When used as a building cladding travertine is porous and will allow water to pass through the cavities in the stone. With a solid aluminum backing, StonePly both strengthens the travertine panel and prevents moisture from passing through the wall. Denizli travertine is available either filled or unfilled.
Denizli Travertine Veincut is formed by mineral deposits within a body of fast-moving water. Over time, the sediments layer upon one another, solidifying and forming a hardened rock. The gasses produced during the formation process create tiny pits and holes in the stone’s surface. This makes it much lighter than many of the other natural stones on the market, ideal for upstairs installations, but also just for those with a slightly tighter budget. Travertine is incredibly hardwearing and can be used for a variety of locations including flooring, walls, and countertops. Denizli Travertine can also be called Classic Denizli Classic Medium,Denizli Light Travertine,Denizli Classic light,Medium Travertine Denizli,Denizli Travertine Vein Cut.