||—Approximately 8 to 12 pounds per square foot. Weight varies with thickness.
||—Average thickness is approximately 1 3/4″. Thickness varies depending on choice of texture.
||—Wash when needed. Do not use acids, high-pressure water or hard abrasives.
||—See table below: (Download entire test report here)
||Summary of Results
(6″ x 12″)
|Average = 91.19 lb/ft³
||*Table 4 of Section 5
||Equilibrium Density was determined by measurement in accordance with ASTM C 567.
||Equilibrium Density and Absorption Specimens
||Average = 13.1 lb/ft²
||The saturated weight test results demonstrated that the mix design meets the requirement of AC51 Section 3.1.2.
||Cylinders (4″ x 8″)
||Average = 3,494 psi
||*Table 5 of Section 7
||The compressive strength test results demonstrate that the mix design meets the requirement of AC51 Section 184.108.40.206
||Average = 434 psi
||*Table 6 of Section 8
||The tensile strength test results demonstrate that the mix design meets the requirement of AC51 Section 220.127.116.11
(1.57″ x 1.57″ x 6.30″)
|Average = 735 psi
||*Table 7 of Section 9
||The flexural strength test results demonstrate that the mix design meets the requirement of AC51 Section 18.104.22.168
|Shear Bond Strength
||Veneer Stone (Ready Stack) / N Mortar / Plaster Backing
||Average = 143 psi
||*Table 8 of Section 10
||The shear bond strength test results demonstrate that the bond strength between the veneer unit, the mortar setting bed and the backing meet the requirements of AC51 Section 22.214.171.124.
||Pieces of Broken Veneer Stone (Frontier Ledge)
||Average = 21.85%
||*Table 9 of section 11
||The absorption results demonstrate that the specimens meet the requirements of AC51 Table 2.
|Freeze Thaw Test
|No Breakage or Disintegration. Max Weight change = 1.38%
||*Table 10 of Section 12
||The freeze thaw test results demonstrate that the veneer stones meet the requirements of AC51 Section 4.2.
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