Roman Travertine navona, Roman Travertine navona vein cut Tivoli Rome Italy

Roman Travertine Navona Vein Cut

Travertine Navona, also known as White Travertine, belongs to the categories of the white travertines. Navona Travertine is essentially white to very light beige with general straight veins. The structure shows its compactness and homogeneity. Generally there are no significant pores or cavities. Extracted directly from the travertine quarries in Tivoli, Rome, Italy, the availability of blocks, slabs and cut to sizes is good. Travertine Navona  is easily and often used for floors, cladding and kitchens tops. The finishes can be honed, polished, tumbled or saw cut.

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Physical - Mechanical Characteristic ( ASTM STANDARD)

  • Apparent Specific Weight - C97 - 2517Kg/m³
  • Absorption Coefficient - C97 - 058%
  • Compressive Strenght Dry - C170 - 73,22 Mpa/Mpa
  • Compressive Strenght Wet - C170 - 68,39 Mpa/Mpa
  • Modulus of Rupture Dry - C99 - 10,71 Mpa/Mpa
  • Modulus of Rupture Wet - C99 - 11,67 Mpa/Mpa
  • Flexural Strenght Dry - C880 - 10,21 Mpa/Mpa
  • Flexural Strenght Wet - C880 - 11,60 Mpa/Mpa
  • Resistance to Abrasion - C241 - 14,65 Mpa/Mpa
  • Static Coefficient Of Friction Dry - C1028 - 0,60 Mpa/Mpa
  • Static Coefficient Of Friction Wet - C1028 - 0,57Mpa/Mpa

Chemical Composition:

  • Apparent and Insoluble Silicons in Hydrochloric Acid - 0,012
  • Soluble Silicon Acid, Calculeted as Qnhhydride - 0,636
  • CO2 - 43,495
  • SO3 - 0,230
  • P2O5 - 0,017
  • A12O3 - 0,170
  • Fe2O3 - 0,031
  • FeO - 0,016
  • CaO - 54,712
  • MgO - 0,541
  • Other Indeterminates and Losses 0,140
  • Specific Weight 2,457