Charmot stone

Burgundy limestone

Oolitic limestone. Middle Jurassic, Bathonian stage.

Medium-grained off-white background with some shells

Massangis (France)
25 km from Chablis

Labeled Indication Géographique (IG)

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Recommended uses
Flooring: Indoor public moderate traffic
Thin Wall Covering: Glued, Attached, Exterior Elevation
Solid wall : Outdoor cladding

Finishes available
Honed, roughened, bossed, bush-hammered, striped, brushed

Technical characteristics
Apparent Density: 2200 to 2400 kg / m3 (NF EN 1936)
Open Porosity: 11 to 14% (NF EN 1936)
Resistance to fixing (3cm) TYPE I: 800 to 1000 N (NF EN 13364)
Compressive Strength: 30 to 50 MPa (NF EN 772-1)
Flexural Strength: 7 to 9 MPa (NF EN 12372)
Abrasion Resistance: 24 to 30 mm (NF EN 14157)

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