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PRODUCT DETAILS

Series: Travertine
SKU: 03WBT061224
Size: 12" x 24"*
Thickness: 8.5 mm
Composition: Porcelain Stoneware
Finish: Unpolished
Stocked: Domestic:
2 week ETA
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Stock Status:

This product is stocked in the US, and will deliver in approximately 2 weeks.
Country: USA
Sizes listed are approximate. Actual sizes with acceptable variances may be listed in the brochure.

TRIM

  • 4" x 24" Unpolished Bullnose
For detailed information on trim pieces, click here.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Surface Rating: Mohs Scale: 7
SLIP: DCOF Wet .42-.52 ?

HOW IS SLIP MEASURED?

Coefficient of friction (COF) is the measurement of a tile's frictional resistance, closely related to traction and slipperiness. Both static and dynamic measurements can be taken. Static coefficient of friction (SCOF) is the frictional resistance one pushes against when starting in motion. Dynamic coefficient of friction (DCOF) is the frictional resistance one pushes against when already in motion. For SCOF and DCOF, a slip occurs when pushing off with more force than the surface can resist. That can happen when the angle of the force changes (e.g., pushing off harder while pressing down less) or when the floor surface becomes more slippery than anticipated.

While many tile products still show a "COF" value, many manufacturers have stopped reporting coefficient of friction per the ASTM C1028 method because the standard for tile floors has changed. There is now a >0.42 requirement, measured per the DCOF AcuTest℠, for level interior tiles that will be walked on when wet.

Slip Resistance may also be measured using a Pendulum Test.
Class 0: Dry indoor areas only.
Class 1: Dry indoor with slope less than 6 degrees.
Class 2: Wet indoor areas (e.g. bathrooms, kitchen, pool surrounds). Dry indoor areas with slopes or stair steps.
Class 3: Indoor areas where, as well as water, other lubricants are present that can reduce slip resistance (e.g. commercial kitchens, garages, industrial floors, etc.). External areas.
Shade Variation: MODERATE ?
shade variation rating chart

Shade Variation Rating: MODERATE

Clearly distinguishable texture and/or pattern within similar colors.
Eco-Certification G² + Leed ?
"Green Squared® involves one industry, one standard, and one mark and covers the gamut of products used in a tile installation. As the first multi-attribute sustainability standard developed for tiles and tile installation materials, Green Squared uses the transparency and consensus of the ANSI process combined with third party certification to evaluate, validate, and communicate products which have a positive impact on the environment and society.

Green Squared covers product characteristics, manufacturing, end of product life management, progressive corporate governance, and innovation in an effort to establish sustainability criteria for products throughout their full lifecycle.

Developed by the USGBC, LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) provides building owners and operators a concise framework for identifying and implementing practical and measurable green building design, construction, operations and maintenance solutions. LEED is an internationally recognized green building certification system, providing third-party verification that a building or community was designed and built using strategies aimed at improving performance across all the metrics that matter most: energy savings, water efficiency, CO2 emissions reduction, improved indoor environmental quality and stewardship of resources and sensitivity to their impacts.

USGBC LEED™ standards dictate that in order for a tile to be considered “green” it must meet one or more of the following requirements:
1. Produced from recycled material which may be either pre-consumer, post-consumer or post-industrial waste
2. Eco-friendly company-production/distribution process in that the manufacturer follows environmentally sound practices
3. Made within 500 miles of the jobsite which saves natural resources to transport the material and therefore reduces the carbon footprint left on our atmosphere

LEED Categories that may apply to products in this catalog:
MR 4.1 – Uses materials with at least 10% recycled content (1 point)
MR 4.2 – Uses materials with at least 20% recycled content (2 points)
MR 5.1 – Uses building materials or products that have been extracted, harvested or recovered, as well as manufactured, within 500 miles of the project site (1 point)"
FAQs: Click here for Information about Tile

RELATED ITEMS

Items in GREEN are available via QuickSHIP

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(Unpolished)

2" x 2"
(Unpolished)
Items in GREEN are available via QuickSHIP

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(Unpolished)

2" x 2"
(Unpolished)

OTHER COLORS


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CATALOGS


Travertine Brochure

Warranty

Care + Maintenance
TRIM

  • 4" x 24" Unpolished Bullnose
For detailed information on trim pieces, click here.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Surface Rating: Mohs Scale: 7
SLIP: DCOF Wet .42-.52 ?

HOW IS SLIP MEASURED?

Coefficient of friction (COF) is the measurement of a tile's frictional resistance, closely related to traction and slipperiness. Both static and dynamic measurements can be taken. Static coefficient of friction (SCOF) is the frictional resistance one pushes against when starting in motion. Dynamic coefficient of friction (DCOF) is the frictional resistance one pushes against when already in motion. For SCOF and DCOF, a slip occurs when pushing off with more force than the surface can resist. That can happen when the angle of the force changes (e.g., pushing off harder while pressing down less) or when the floor surface becomes more slippery than anticipated.

While many tile products still show a "COF" value, many manufacturers have stopped reporting coefficient of friction per the ASTM C1028 method because the standard for tile floors has changed. There is now a >0.42 requirement, measured per the DCOF AcuTest℠, for level interior tiles that will be walked on when wet.

Slip Resistance may also be measured using a Pendulum Test.
Class 0: Dry indoor areas only.
Class 1: Dry indoor with slope less than 6 degrees.
Class 2: Wet indoor areas (e.g. bathrooms, kitchen, pool surrounds). Dry indoor areas with slopes or stair steps.
Class 3: Indoor areas where, as well as water, other lubricants are present that can reduce slip resistance (e.g. commercial kitchens, garages, industrial floors, etc.). External areas.
Shade Variation: MODERATE ?
shade variation rating chart

Shade Variation Rating: MODERATE

Clearly distinguishable texture and/or pattern within similar colors.
Eco-Certification G² + Leed ?

Environmental Rating: G² + Leed

"Green Squared® involves one industry, one standard, and one mark and covers the gamut of products used in a tile installation. As the first multi-attribute sustainability standard developed for tiles and tile installation materials, Green Squared uses the transparency and consensus of the ANSI process combined with third party certification to evaluate, validate, and communicate products which have a positive impact on the environment and society.

Green Squared covers product characteristics, manufacturing, end of product life management, progressive corporate governance, and innovation in an effort to establish sustainability criteria for products throughout their full lifecycle.

Developed by the USGBC, LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) provides building owners and operators a concise framework for identifying and implementing practical and measurable green building design, construction, operations and maintenance solutions. LEED is an internationally recognized green building certification system, providing third-party verification that a building or community was designed and built using strategies aimed at improving performance across all the metrics that matter most: energy savings, water efficiency, CO2 emissions reduction, improved indoor environmental quality and stewardship of resources and sensitivity to their impacts.

USGBC LEED™ standards dictate that in order for a tile to be considered “green” it must meet one or more of the following requirements:
1. Produced from recycled material which may be either pre-consumer, post-consumer or post-industrial waste
2. Eco-friendly company-production/distribution process in that the manufacturer follows environmentally sound practices
3. Made within 500 miles of the jobsite which saves natural resources to transport the material and therefore reduces the carbon footprint left on our atmosphere

LEED Categories that may apply to products in this catalog:
MR 4.1 – Uses materials with at least 10% recycled content (1 point)
MR 4.2 – Uses materials with at least 20% recycled content (2 points)
MR 5.1 – Uses building materials or products that have been extracted, harvested or recovered, as well as manufactured, within 500 miles of the project site (1 point)"
FAQs: Click here for Information about Tile
RELATED ITEMS
Items in GREEN are available via QuickSHIP

12" x 24"
(Unpolished)

2" x 2"
(Unpolished)
OTHER COLORS

03WBT061224
(Unpolished)

03WBT051224
(Unpolished)

03WBT041224
(Unpolished)

03WBT011224
(Unpolished)

Design Center: M - F: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm     •     Sales Counter & Warehouse: M - F: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm
Customer Service Representatives available M - F 8:00 am - 5:00 pm EST
800.828.9265 option 4.
Design Centers M - F: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sales Counter / Warehouse M - F: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm
Customer Service Representatives
available M - F 8:00 am - 5:00 pm EST
800.828.9265 option 4