Dornika artificial stone
Artificial stone is a name for various kinds of synthetic stone products used from the 18th century onward. They have been used in building construction, civil engineering work, and industrial uses.
Dornika artificial stone is produced based on plain concrete which the sand is mainly used as the fine filler. Chemicals and modifying admixtures provide necessary cohesion between all components and ensure the stone strength. The material color is defined by the mineral pigment which is resistant to alkaline and ultraviolet. The mixture produced in this process set in polyurethane or silicone moulds which perfectly copy the natural stone surface relief. It could be made more cheaply and more uniform than natural stone, and was widely used. In engineering projects, it had the advantage that transporting the bulk materials and casting them near the place of use was cheaper than transporting very large pieces of stone.
The advantages of the Dornika artificial stone:
· The Dornika artificial stone has good thermal insulation characteristics
The products manufactured by the Dornika technology have high wearproof characteristics: