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An Exclusive Marble : Blue Savoy

Blue Savoy is a beautiful material that is perfect for all architectural styles, from classical to contemporary, standing the test of time.

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An Exclusive Marble : Blue Savoy

Blue Savoy is a beautiful material that is perfect for all architectural styles, from classical to contemporary, standing the test of time.

Extracted in Aime (French Alps) and manufactured in the French Jura region by Yelmini, this material is unique and unsurpassed in terms of colour shades from bluish grey to dark grey ; offering the possibility of adding a personalised touch to every part of your room according to your tastes and desires.

In addition, there are numerous finishes which are adapted for use in bathrooms, worktops, floors inside and outside.
Many finishes are available such as polished, honed, acid washed...
Each finish provides a different aspect and can comply with any specific requirements such as non slip finishes.

This marble from the French Savoy region follows the trends by keeping its distinguished and elegant character.

Blue Savoy is a crystalline marble which gives it a translucent appearance.

Highly acclaimed by designers and architects, Blue Savoy can be used inside and out, whether for new or renovation works.

Other trade names

"Blanc bleuté de Savoie", "Bleu de France", "Gris bleuté de Savoie", "Gris bleu de France", "Blanc Bleuté de France", "Blue Savoy", "Bleu Cendré" (Germany), "Grimaldi" (US), "Blue Savoya" (Italy)...

Colours

The two main colour shades are light Blue Savoy and dark Blue Savoy.

Blue Savoy also exists in a Black Alps selection which has a darker shade, and a Gris de Villette selection which has more contrasting colour tones.


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Blue Savoy : Technical Specifications

> Density (Kg/m3)
~2740

> Porosity (%)
~0,2

> Sound - speed propagation (m/s)
5615 m/s to 5930 m/s

> Coefficient of capillarity
C2
g/(m².sec 0.5)
~1.3

> Slip
~54

> Flexion (MPa)
~16.5

> Compression (MPa)
~ 157

> Abrasion - metallic disk test (mm)
~21.5

> Freeze
~240 cycles


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