Overview

The porphyritic rock currently used by the building construction industry for flooring, traditional and ventilated-wall facings, is a type of effusive volcanic rock-rhyolitic and rhyodalitic ignimbrites- that is commonly found in the earth’s mantle.

A particular chromatic effect, or a surface finishing, that the engineer intends to use to meet his project requirements, can be supplied by more than one material. However, when the designer requires a material with specific resistance and strength properties, the range of suitable materials can shrink considerably.

Material

Porphyry

Colour

Pink

Finishes

Vintage Flamed Natural Cleft

Characteristics

  • Apparent Volumetric Mass
  • Compressive Strength
  • Resistence to bending Stress
  • Freeze Performance
  • Elasticity Modulus
  • Resistence to Impact
  • Resistence to Abrasion
  • Coefficient of Water Absorption

Outdoor Applications

Masonry Stair Cladding Roof Covering
Pavements Wall Cladding

Indoor Applications

Floors Raised Floors Wall Cladding

Notes

  • Please note this is a reference sample only.
  • Sample appearances will vary and do not necessarily reflect our stocked items.
  • Please inquire about availability for your project requirements.