Massangis FCB Limestone

Massangis FCB is a medium grained, stippled shell fragments rise up from a tawny background limestone quarried in France. This stone is especially good for Building stone, sinks, monuments, pool coping, sills, ornamental stone, interior, exterior, wall, floor , paving and other design projects. It also called Massangis Limestone, Massangis Clair Limestone, Massangis Eiffel Limestone,in China stone market:艾菲尔(Ài fēi ěr) . Massangis FCB Limestone can be processed into Honed, Aged, Polished, Sawn Cut, Sanded, Rockfaced, Sandblasted, Bushhammered, Tumbled and so on.

Data on Massangis FCB Limestone
Name: Massangis FCB Limestone

Catalog:Limestone

Color: Beige

Country: France ( Massangis (Yonne), 22 km au nord d'Avallon, Bourgogne )

Recommended Usage: Building stone, sinks, monuments, pool coping, sills, ornamental stone, interior, exterior, wall, floor , paving

Finishing Surface: Honed, Aged, Polished, Sawn Cut, Sanded, Rockfaced, Sandblasted, Bushhammered, Tumbled

Additional Names: Massangis Limestone,Massangis Clair Limestone,Massangis Eiffel Limestone,in China stone market:艾菲尔(Ài fēi ěr)
Testing

Water Absorption:5.03 % By weight

Compressive Strength: 77.5 MPa

Density:2283 kg/m3

Flexural Strength: 4.15 MPa

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