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What Is The Cobblestone?
Jun 06, 2018

What is the Cobblestone?

 

2-3cm Little Grey Natural Cobble &Pebble Stone.jpgCobblestone is a product of mining yellow sand. It is named because cobblestone resembles a goose egg. Pebbles, as a kind of pure natural stone, are taken from sandstone mountains that have been raised by ancient riverbeds after crustal movements 10 million years ago. They experience the impact of mountain floods and the constant pressure and friction in the process of moving water. During the evolution of the vicissitudes of tens of thousands of years, the pebbles were stricken by waves, lost their irregular edges and corners by gravel collisions, and buried in the ground with silt for millions of years.


The main chemical composition of cobblestone is silicon dioxide, followed by a small amount of iron oxide and trace amounts of manganese, copper, aluminum, magnesium and other elements and compounds. They themselves have different pigments, such as red for iron, blue for copper, purple for manganese, yellow translucent silica colloidal pulp, emerald green minerals, etc.; due to the incorporation of these pigment ions into the dioxide The type and content of silicon hydrothermal fluids are different, and therefore they exhibit shades of shades, shades, and shades that make the pebbles appear black, white, yellow, red, dark green, and green gray.


Cobblestone products include: natural color mechanisms: pebbles, river pebbles, stone, dry sticky stone, paintbrush stone, landscape stone, wood fossils, culture stone, natural color stone and other architectural decoration materials and interior decoration for advanced dyeing Sand, non-toxic, odorless, no bleaching. It is a kind of ideal green building material with its hard quality, vivid color, and natural stone properties that are resistant to pressure, abrasion and corrosion. Cobblestones are widely used in public buildings, villas, courtyard buildings, paved roads, park rockery, bonsai filling materials, garden art and other high-end superstructures. It not only promotes the ancient culture of the East, but also embodies Western classical, elegant, and returning to the true art style. It also provides high-quality materials for projects such as clean water, sewage treatment, electricity, and gardens. It also provides raw and auxiliary materials for ceramics, precision casting, papermaking, jet mill, chemical industry, monocrystalline silicon, and defense.