block_info: cstarchello_detailpages, Detail title

CREMA PINAR ® limestone

block_info: cstarchello_detailpages, Stories Authors
block_info: cstarchello_detailpages, Header App Detailpages
Changes have been saved.
block_info: cstarchello_detailpages, Stories Main
5-Feb-2013 www.areniscas.com


It is classified as a non-recrystallised calcareous dolomite with a saccharoid texture and a beige colouring with occasional orange veining.

It comes from the basal layers of the Cretaceous period (Maastrichtian).

The material is obtained from a quarry in southern Burgos, where the slight gradient of the layers facilitates its mining.

The Crema Pinar limestone has been used since the very early days of construction. The most important structure built with this type of sandstone is the monastery of Santo Domingo de Silos.


** Formats **

- TILES
Sizes: 60x40; 60x30; 80x40; 100x50 (from thickness e = 3 cm.) VARYING SIZES

Thickness:
2, 3, 4 and 5 cm.

Finishes:
Sawn cut.
Honed.
Bush hammered (from thickness = 3 cm.).
Brushed.

- ASHLARS

Thickness: from 10 cm.

Finishes:
Sawn cut.
Honed.
Bush hammered (from thickness = 3 cm.).
Brushed.

- SLABS
Thickness: 2, 3, 4 and 5 cm.

Finishes:
Sawn cut.
Honed.
Bush hammered (from thickness = 3 cm.).
Brushed.

- SLABS
Thickness: from 10 cm to 100 cm.

Finishes:
Sawn cut.
block_info: cstarchello_detailpages, Details page socials
block_info: cstarchello_detailpages, Relates links
block_info: cstarchello_detailpages, Detailpages leaderboard banner
block_info: cstarchello_detailpages, Detailpages listing block

Discover more Unknown