Product when dry
Product when wet (eg. from rain)
The smoothest and most round natural cobble in the UK and a product of international quality. Formed by the tidal reworking of a glacial river deposit‚ now a “raised beach”.
When dry, Scottish Beach pebbles are predominantly light greys with hints of pink and other hues but when wet, these multi-pastel tints‚ often speckled or banded‚ are accentuated. These attractive pebbles are very compatible with our Caledonian Boulders and Cobbles‚ having been formed from similar quartzites‚ granites and gneisses.
|Water Absorption (%)||0.8||EN 1097-6|
|Apparent Particle Density (Mg/m³)||2.74||EN 1097-6|
|Los Angeles Coefficient (LA)||18||EN 1097-2|
|Aggregate Abrasion Value (AAV)||4||EN 1097-8|
|Polished Stone Value (PSV)||47||EN 1097-8|
|Magnesium Sulphate Soundness||5||EN 1267-2|
|Ph Value||7.26||EN 1377|
|Micro-Deval Coefficient (MDE)||10||EN 1097-1|
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