Bush-hammer Surface Finish

In bush-hammered finishing, significant changes are made to the stone appearance. These changes are created on the surface of the stone by the heads on which needle-shaped series are installed. These heads are drawn quickly on the stone and cause unevenness and voids on the stone surface. In such a way, the surface of the stone becomes uneven and rough and its’ surface becomes needle-like in a regular manner. The main reason for bush-hammered processing is to prevent slipping and sliding on the stone. This feature has caused this processing to be more used in environments such as lot floors, , and mainly as stones in . Bush Hammer processing is usually used on stones with high resistance and strength, such as and .

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