Standard surface treatment produced by mechanized planers.
|Machine Pitch Faced||
See HAND PITCH FACED.
A metamorphic rock composed essentially of calcite and/or dolomite, generally a recrystallization of limestone to marble.
Built up construction, usually a combination of materials set in mortar.
The change or alteration in a rock caused by exterior agencies, such as deep-seated heat and pressure, or intrusion of rock materials.
The junction of two units at an angle, in which the junction line usually bisects at 45-degrees.
|Modular Or Multiple Cut (Also Pattern Cut)||
Standard patterns used throughout the stone industry, usually based on multiples of a given height. Stone that is multiple cut or pattern cut is pre-cut to allow typically for 1/4" or 1/2" joints or beds.
Decorative stone used to introduce variety in profile and contour, deviating from a plane surface by projections, curved profiles, recesses, or any combination thereof.
A plastic mixture of cement, lime, sand, and water, used to bond masonry units.
A pattern formed by inlaying tesserae, or small pieces of stone, tile or other material into a cement, plaster or mortar matrix.
See MODULAR CUT.