Material Cast stone
Format Dressed stone
New or reclaimed New
Colours Browns, Buffs
 
 

An economical and cost effective reconstructed stone wall cladding product that maintains an authentic natural stone appearance.


• Designed to suit modern construction methods such as cladding panel systems
• Thickness varying from normally 20mm at the edges to 30­35mm in centre depending on relief for a true natural
stone effect
• Suitable for both internal and external applications
• Quick and easy to lay
• Minimises on­site wastage
• Eliminates the manual handling and associated issues of traditional stone and brick materials.

They are manufactured in reconstructed stone using a wet cast method and are compliant to European Standard BS EN 771-5.

The thickness is variable, from normally 20mm at the edges to 30-35mm in centre, depending on relief. This provides an authentic natural stone effect.

Applications

The Stone Slips walling range is suitable for commercial, public and domestic building applications.


An economical and cost effective reconstructed stone wall cladding product that maintains an authentic natural stone appearance.


• Designed to suit modern construction methods such as cladding panel systems
• Thickness varying from normally 20mm at the edges to 30­35mm in centre depending on relief for a true natural
stone effect
• Suitable for both internal and external applications
• Quick and easy to lay
• Minimises on­site wastage
• Eliminates the manual handling and associated issues of traditional stone and brick materials.

They are manufactured in reconstructed stone using a wet cast method and are compliant to European Standard BS EN 771-5.

The thickness is variable, from normally 20mm at the edges to 30-35mm in centre, depending on relief. This provides an authentic natural stone effect.

Applications

The Stone Slips walling range is suitable for commercial, public and domestic building applications.


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