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Natural Stones

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Marble - Travertine - Granite

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Bitumen

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Bituminous components for road construction, infrastructures and insulation works 

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Cellulose Fibers

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Cellulosic fiber for stone mastic asphalt 

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Stone Wool

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Stonewool performs heat insulation, sound insulation, damp insulation and fİre protection rathereff iciently in all places

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EPS

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 Expanded Polystyrene Foam 

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Reinforcement Profile

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PVC Reinforcement is the most important part of the PVC doors and windows

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Natural Stones

Marble

Marble is a metamorphic stone with a timeless history as a flooring, wall covering, paving material and sculptural medium.

Travertine

Travertine is one of the most commonly used stones in modern architecture. This smooth yet unique surface in four designer neutral colors will add a refined touch to any floor, wall, backsplash or countertop in both residential and commercial applications 

Granite

Granite is an igneous rock that is easily recognized by the characteristic large grains that it is so readily identified with. 

Our Advantages

  • Best block sizes to maximize the use of the container
  • All cut-to-size and slab dimensions to your demands
  • Best selection of materials at source
  • Quick and efficient customer service
  • Long-term relation for your future projects

Bitumen

What is Bitumen ?

Bitumen is a low-grade of crude oil which is composed of complex, heavy hydrocarbons. In an oil reservoir, bitumen is a thick, viscous fluid and must be extracted from the ground. 

Application

Most refined bitumen is used in the construction industry. Mainly, it serves its use in paving and roofing applications. 85% of all bitumen is used as a binder in asphalt for roads, runways, parking lots, and foot paths. Gravel and crushed rock are mixed with thick bitumen, holding it together and it is then applied to roadways. 10% of the bitumen used worldwide is used in the roofing industry as its waterproofing qualities help make roofs function well. 5% of bitumen is used for sealing and insulating purposes in various building materials such as carpet tile backing and paint.

In addition to these main uses, bitumen also has many minor uses. Other examples are soundproofing, explosives, mildew protection, a binder in briquettes, a backing to mirrors, shoe soles, fence post coating and soil stabilization.

Industrial Cellulose Fiber

Industrial cellulose fibers are multi-purpose additives capable of meeting a wide range of performance needs in industrial applications. Cellulose are fibers from recycled newspapers and magazines. As such, they are gray in color and fibrous in form. Celluloses have varying degrees of fineness, from very coarse to very fine, and a range of fiber lengths. 

Cellulose fibers are used in many industrial applications including:

  • Asphalt sealers and crack fillers
  • Stone mastic asphalt (SMA)
  • Asphalt roof coatings and cements
  • General coatings
  • Fireproof coatings
  • Refractory coatings
  • Adhesives
  • Sealants
  • Mastics
  • Tapes
  • Plaster compounds
  • Concrete castings
  • Acoustical and sound proofing materials

Stone Wool

What is Stone Wool ?

Stone wool is an insulation material which contains %98 natural fiber and obtained by transforming the minerals and inorganic volcanic stones into natural fiber by melting them at 1500-1600 ℃. Stone wool performs heat insulation, sound insulation, damp insulation and fire protection rathereff iciently in all places like roof of the houses, separating walls, outside walls, ovens, steel doors, vessels, electrical house appliances, entertainment places like cinemas and theathers.

 

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

  • Bactery and microorganism cannot live inside because of itís inorganic structure.
  • It is an ecological and eco-friendly product produced from natural raw material.
  • Stonewool is a water-repellent insulation material because of itís saturated (satiated) structure. It does not contain moisture because of itís structure with vapour permeability.
  • Using stonewool reduces the needs of fossil fuels. Therefore it alleviates global warming and climate change because the usage of stonewool reduces the carbon dioxide emission.
  • Thanks to itís strong and everlasting structure u to 1000C Stonewool ensures fire protection which is critically important in life. It saves time for fire teams in fire-fighting, lifeseaving and evacuation while it prevents the fire from spreading.
  • Stonewool ensures a comfortable ambience because it performs acoustic insulation against negative external factors like sound, noise, etc.


What is EPS?

 Expanded polystyrene rigid foam (EPS-Expanded Polystyrene Foam in), derived from petroleum by polymerization of styrene monomer is typically closed pores that form a white foam thermoplastic material.

Polystyrene Plastic Foam Properties and Uses

It is used in packaging and heat insulation since it does not have any undesirable properties such as corrosion, mold and decay.


  • Impact absorption
  • Heat-proofing
  • Lightness
  • High pressure resistance
  • Resistance to moisture

What is PVC Reinforcement ?

PVC Reinforcement is the most important part of the PVC doors and windows. PVC Reinforcement, form the backbone of the system and give strength PVC plastic profile. It also provides resistance to heat and sound insulation and lets as well as wind power. The longevity of PVC are the most important to be as supportive disorders. 


Reinforcement profile types are U profile, C profile, G profile and all your orders with special measures are produced at the right time.