Bukan Tramite stone is a white metamorphic rock that is produced by the combination of clay and sand. Due to its porosity, void and appearance, it resembles travertine stone a lot. The Tramite stone has a reasonable price and is a suitable replacement for white travertine stones therefore it becomes very welcomed amongst builders and building designers. This stone has pores which filled up by resin or epoxy in the processing stages. Bukan Tramite stone has high water absorption so we don’t recommend you ever to use it for bulidng floors.
Bukan tramite stone because of its beautiful solid bright white color is one of the suitable options for the interior and exterior parts of the building. This stone for its high water absorption and low abrasion resistance is not a good option for flooring uses. The low price of this stone compared to other stones with white background makes the use of Tramit Bukan stone more increasing. This stone is very similar to Atashkooh travertine, Abyaneh travertine in terms of the color and the super great quality.
Bukan Tramite stone has a variety of applications in the building, including:
The exterior and main view
Interior view and Interior Walls
Construction of decorative artifacts
The Lower grades of Bukan Tramite stones are used for sub-facades that are not exposed much.
Tramite Bukan quarle is located in Kani Siran Bukan village in West Azarbaijan province.
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