Creeton Banded

Description

A unique Lincolnshire stone, honey or cream in colour, with a medium grain texture allied to the light and attractive intermittent banding from which it gets its name.  Approximately 15,000 tonnes of this block is quarried annually, tending to have a maximum bed height of 1.25 metres and a maximum block weight of 10 tonnes.

PLEASE NOTE: The stone image on this page is only as accurate as the screen/print out device allows. It is strongly recommended that you request a sample of the stone to check colour and texture prior to ordering.

Physical Performance of Creeton Banded

Apparent density
2161 Kgm -3 BSEN 1936:2006
Colour
Light Cream Honey
Maximum size
0.53 - 2m3
Open porosity
20.11% BSEN 1936:2008
Petrographic description
Limestone
Saturation coefficient
0.83 BSEN 12370
Texture
Medium Grained
Water apsorption
7.6% (by wt) BSEN 13755:2008

PLEASE NOTE: This data should only be used as an indication of the future performance of the stone. Test results may not be representative of the whole quarry. The information given is for guidance only and is subject to alteration without notice. We recommend that customers contact the quarry to ensure that the details are currently valid. Stone being a natural product may vary significantly in colour and texture within the same range of stone. It is strongly recommended that you request a sample of the stone to check colour and texture prior to ordering.

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