Finishing process

Sawn

Process leaving the surface flat with a certain roughness.

Bushhammered

The surface is treated by means of beating it with a pneumatic hammer and a bushhammer, in order to achieve a rustic finish.

Mat finish

The surface is treated with abradants diamond. The resulting surface has a smooth finish, which is not reflective. There are different textures, from matt to almost reflective.

Polished

Gives a completely smooth and shiny surface with a darker shade and closes the pores to give greater resistance to external agents.

Flamed

Surface treated by causing a thermal shock, which detaches some of the grain from the material, leaving a rough texture.

Gritted

Surface treated in the same way as the flamed, adding a brushing process which gives a rough and soft appearance at a time.

Leather

Area treated from a raw material that has been brushed with diamond brushes. This process makes the material smooth, matt and slightly rough.

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