Due to the uniform relief, the material has a low slip index, making it a suitable finish for non-slip floors.
ZERO finish in marble and natural stone gives the surface of the material a slightly granular and matt appearance.
The resulting surface highlights the color, especially in dark tones.
Obtaining the ZERO finish
The ZERO finish treatment for marble and natural stone is achieved using the water-jet technique and abrasive wear processes. The final result is a granularity that is soft to the eye and touch.
As with sandblasting, the ZERO finish can be applied to any coating. It is usually used outdoors due to its granular character, which makes it a finish with a uniform and non-slip appearance.
Which natural stones can be finished with ZERO?.
All minimally hard natural stones used for coatings can be finished with ZERO. It should be noted that in addition to the smooth, matt finish, the surface tone may be slightly darkened.