Waikerie Limestone

Waikerie Limestone is off white to pale brown to yellow massive fine grained limestone with irregular grey-brown and white zones, recrystallised with only traces of its bioclastic origin such as organic structures and fossils. Detrital grains are minor, mainly angular quartz. This stone is especially good for Building stone, monuments, pool coping, sills, ornamental stone, interior, exterrior, wall, floor and other design projects. It also called Waikerie Stone . Waikerie Limestone can be processed into Sawn Cut, Sanded, Rockfaced, Sandblasted, Bushhammered, Tumbled, Thermalled, Natural Cleft, Weatheredge and so on.

Data on Waikerie Limestone
Name: Waikerie Limestone

Catalog:Limestone

Color: Beige

Country: Australia ( D'Onise, South Australia )

Recommended Usage: Building stone, monuments, pool coping, sills, ornamental stone, interior, exterrior, wall, floor

Finishing Surface: Sawn Cut, Sanded, Rockfaced, Sandblasted, Bushhammered, Tumbled, Thermalled, Natural Cleft, Weatheredge

Additional Names: Waikerie Stone
Testing

Water Absorption:11 % By weight

Compressive Strength: Dry 31 MPa, Wet 24 MPa

Density:1900 Kg/m3

Flexural Strength: Dry 4.5 MPa, Wet 4.4 MPa

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