Stone of Saint-Maximin Verbois Hard

Saint-Maximin Verbois Dur
Limestone from the Paris Basin

Nature
Limestone with milioles and nummulites, Eocene, Lutetian stage

Appearance
Plain cream gray background, fine grain, numerous small to large shell holes

Origin
Saint-Maximin (France)
60 km from Paris

pierre Saint Maximin Verbois Dur Banc 9 photo 6

Recommended uses
Flooring: Outdoor and Indoor public moderate traffic
Thin wall covering: Glued, Attached, Exterior elevation, Exterior band and support, Exterior basement, Exterior crowning
Solid wall: Outdoor cladding, Outdoor spouts, Outdoor listels, Outdoor sills, Outdoor plinths, Outdoor cornices

Finishes available
Honed, Honed, Embossed

Technical characteristics
Apparent Density: 2100 to 2300 kg / m3 (NF EN 1936)
Open Porosity: 15 to 20% (NF EN 1936)
Resistance to fixing (3cm) TYPE I: 800 to 1200 N (NF EN 13364)
Compressive Strength: 30 to 60 MPa (NF EN 772-1)
Flexural Strength: 4 to 9 MPa (NF EN 12372)
Abrasion: 21 to 24 mm (NF EN 14157)
Capillarity Coefficent C1: 10 to 16 g.m-2.s-1/2 (NF EN 772-11)
Capillarity Coefficent C2: 10 to 20 g.m-2.s-1/2 (NF EN 772-11)
Slip resistance-dry environment: 70 to 80 Sawn (NF EN 14231)
Slip resistance in humid environment: 60 to 70 Sawed (NF EN 14231)

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