Some people who are engaged in material forming at the start of a building project may have encountered the term “travertine”. However, these people could have asked what this material is. Could this be a limestone, or a marble or both? Is travertine entirely different?
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- Reconstituted Stone
Reconstituted stone (also known as Engineered, re-composed agglomerated and synthetic stone) is manufactured from a mix of stone aggregate chips (most commonly quartz or marble, but also igneous rocks such as granite and basalt); mineral fillers (generally the ground aggregate); a resin binder (typically an unsaturated polyester); pigments and additives.