Stein Roh Tittlinger Feinkorn

Tittling Fine Grain

 
Tittlinger Feinkorn Sandgestrahlt

Sandblasted surfaces are created by firing abrasives at the workpiece. This causes tiny pieces of the natural stone to break off, increasing the roughness of the surface. Sandblasted surfaces meet the highest anti-slip requirements and can be used in all outdoor areas.

Sandblasting is also the most cost-effective surface treatment for outdoor use. This is an advantage in particular for workpieces processed on all sides, as up to six sides can be processed in one round, due to automation.

The surface is not particularly suitable for indoor use, due to the high level of roughness and the susceptibility for becoming dirty.

Tittlinger Feinkorn Sandgestrahlt Gebuerstet

As with sandblasted surfaces, abrasives are fired at the diamond-cut raw pieces to make them rough. The sandblasted surface is then brushed using diamond brushes. This process keeps the unevenness of the surface, but removes sharp edges. The surface feels uneven and smooth at the same time. This makes the surface suitable for interior use.

Depending on the brush used (C80, C120, C500), the result is different color depths and non-slip characteristics. 

Tittlinger Feinkorn Gestockt

Bush-hammered surfaces are created using a chisel. This can be done automatically or using hand-operated machines. This process also causes tiny pieces of the natural stone to break off, increasing the roughness of the surface. Bush-hammered surfaces meet the highest anti-slip requirements and can be used in all outdoor areas.

Bush-hammered surfaces are visually very difficult to distinguish from sandblasted surfaces. The process is not easily automated and is especially suitable for large, uneven workpieces. Bush-hammering is the traditional surface processing for outdoor use, and is particularly important for restoration jobs.

The surface is not particularly suitable for indoor use, due to the high level of roughness and the susceptibility for becoming dirty.

Tittlinger Feinkorn Gestockt Gebuerstet

As with bush-hammered surfaces, a chisel is used to make the diamond-cut raw pieces rough. The bush-hammered surface is then brushed using diamond brushes. This process keeps the unevenness of the surface, but removes sharp edges. The surface feels uneven and smooth at the same time. This makes the surface suitable for interior use. 

Depending on the brush used (C80, C120, C500), the result is different color depths and non-slip characteristics.

Tittlinger Feinkorn Geflammt

Flamed surfaces are produced through thermal processing. Due to the inhomogeneity of the material, the applied flame causes small pieces of the stone to break off, increasing the roughness of the surface. This can be done automatically or using hand-operated machines on flat workpieces.

The surface processing is not easily automated and is suitable for large, uneven work pieces. The surface is not particularly suitable for indoor use, due to the high level of roughness and the susceptibility for becoming dirty.

Tittlinger Feinkorn Geflammt Gebuerstet

As with flamed surfaces, the diamond-cut raw piece is also thermally processed. The flamed surface is then brushed using diamond brushes. This process keeps the unevenness of the surface, but removes sharp edges. The surface feels uneven and smooth at the same time. This makes the surface suitable for interior use.

Depending on the brush used (C80, C120, C500), the result is different color depths and non-slip characteristics.

Tittlinger Feinkorn Geschliffen

The cut marks on the diamond-cut surface can be removed gradually by further sanding processes. This process can be carried out by a machine or by hand. This means both smooth and curved surfaces can be realized with a honed surface. Honed surfaces are only suitable for interior use or for decoration in outdoor use.

This surface is created by the diamond or silicone carbide in the tools, which removes any unevenness through abrasion. Only a minimal amount of material is removed through this process, which is carried out with different grains (C60, C120, C220, C320).

Tittlinger Feinkorn Satiniert

Granite can also be processed with diamond brushes. Using diamond brushes on diamond-cut surfaces creates a satined surface.

The surface is leathery to the touch. It is flat, but has small indentations. The tactile feel particular to this stone is particularly pleasant, and therefore suited for indoor use, while the R9-R10-grade slip resistance (depending on the material used) usually provides a high enough slip resistance.

Depending on the grade (180, 500) the surface will feel even smoother and the color of the stone is further accentuated, without being reflective.

Tittlinger Feinkorn Poliert

A polished surface has glass-like characteristics. It is extremely smooth and reflects light. This surface has the lowest propensity for becoming dirty and allows very little fluid to seep into the stone.

According to the information leaflet “Slippery floors in workrooms and work areas”, this surface also does not provide any slip resistance.

Stein Roh Tittlinger Grobkorn

Tittling Coarse Grain

 
Tittlinger Grobkorn Sandgestrahlt

Sandblasted surfaces are created by firing abrasives at the workpiece. This causes tiny pieces of the natural stone to break off, increasing the roughness of the surface. Sandblasted surfaces meet the highest anti-slip requirements and can be used in all outdoor areas.

Sandblasting is also the most cost-effective surface treatment for outdoor use. This is an advantage in particular for workpieces processed on all sides, as up to six sides can be processed in one round, due to automation.

The surface is not particularly suitable for indoor use, due to the high level of roughness and the susceptibility for becoming dirty.

Tittlinger Grobkorn Sandgestrahlt Gebuerstet

As with sandblasted surfaces, abrasives are fired at the diamond-cut raw pieces to make them rough. The sandblasted surface is then brushed using diamond brushes. This process keeps the unevenness of the surface, but removes sharp edges. The surface feels uneven and smooth at the same time. This makes the surface suitable for interior use.

Depending on the brush used (C80, C120, C500), the result is different color depths and non-slip characteristics. 

Tittlinger Grobkorn Gestockt

Bush-hammered surfaces are created using a chisel. This can be done automatically or using hand-operated machines. This process also causes tiny pieces of the natural stone to break off, increasing the roughness of the surface. Bush-hammered surfaces meet the highest anti-slip requirements and can be used in all outdoor areas.

Bush-hammered surfaces are visually very difficult to distinguish from sandblasted surfaces. The process is not easily automated and is especially suitable for large, uneven workpieces. Bush-hammering is the traditional surface processing for outdoor use, and is particularly important for restoration jobs.

The surface is not particularly suitable for indoor use, due to the high level of roughness and the susceptibility for becoming dirty.

Tittlinger Grobkorn Gestockt Gebuerstet

As with bush-hammered surfaces, a chisel is used to make the diamond-cut raw pieces rough. The bush-hammered surface is then brushed using diamond brushes. This process keeps the unevenness of the surface, but removes sharp edges. The surface feels uneven and smooth at the same time. This makes the surface suitable for interior use. 

Depending on the brush used (C80, C120, C500), the result is different color depths and non-slip characteristics.

Tittlinger Grobkorn Geflammt

Flamed surfaces are produced through thermal processing. Due to the inhomogeneity of the material, the applied flame causes small pieces of the stone to break off, increasing the roughness of the surface. This can be done automatically or using hand-operated machines on flat workpieces.

The surface processing is not easily automated and is suitable for large, uneven work pieces. The surface is not particularly suitable for indoor use, due to the high level of roughness and the susceptibility for becoming dirty.

Tittlinger Grobkorn Geflammt Gebuerstet

As with flamed surfaces, the diamond-cut raw piece is also thermally processed. The flamed surface is then brushed using diamond brushes. This process keeps the unevenness of the surface, but removes sharp edges. The surface feels uneven and smooth at the same time. This makes the surface suitable for interior use.

Depending on the brush used (C80, C120, C500), the result is different color depths and non-slip characteristics.

Tittlinger Grobkorn Geschliffen

The cut marks on the diamond-cut surface can be removed gradually by further sanding processes. This process can be carried out by a machine or by hand. This means both smooth and curved surfaces can be realized with a honed surface. Honed surfaces are only suitable for interior use or for decoration in outdoor use.

This surface is created by the diamond or silicone carbide in the tools, which removes any unevenness through abrasion. Only a minimal amount of material is removed through this process, which is carried out with different grains (C60, C120, C220, C320).

Tittlinger Grobkorn Satiniert

Granite can also be processed with diamond brushes. Using diamond brushes on diamond-cut surfaces creates a satined surface.

The surface is leathery to the touch. It is flat, but has small indentations. The tactile feel particular to this stone is particularly pleasant, and therefore suited for indoor use, while the R9-R10-grade slip resistance (depending on the material used) usually provides a high enough slip resistance.

Depending on the grade (180, 500) the surface will feel even smoother and the color of the stone is further accentuated, without being reflective.

Tittlinger Grobkorn Poliert

A polished surface has glass-like characteristics. It is extremely smooth and reflects light. This surface has the lowest propensity for becoming dirty and allows very little fluid to seep into the stone.

According to the information leaflet “Slippery floors in workrooms and work areas”, this surface also does not provide any slip resistance.

Stein Roh Fuerstensteiner Granit

Fuerstenstein Granite

 
Fuerstensteiner Granit Sandgestrahlt

Sandblasted surfaces are created by firing abrasives at the workpiece. This causes tiny pieces of the natural stone to break off, increasing the roughness of the surface. Sandblasted surfaces meet the highest anti-slip requirements and can be used in all outdoor areas.

Sandblasting is also the most cost-effective surface treatment for outdoor use. This is an advantage in particular for workpieces processed on all sides, as up to six sides can be processed in one round, due to automation.

The surface is not particularly suitable for indoor use, due to the high level of roughness and the susceptibility for becoming dirty.

Fuerstensteiner Granit Sandgestrahlt Gebuerstet

As with sandblasted surfaces, abrasives are fired at the diamond-cut raw pieces to make them rough. The sandblasted surface is then brushed using diamond brushes. This process keeps the unevenness of the surface, but removes sharp edges. The surface feels uneven and smooth at the same time. This makes the surface suitable for interior use.

Depending on the brush used (C80, C120, C500), the result is different color depths and non-slip characteristics.

Fuerstensteiner Granit Gestockt

Bush-hammered surfaces are created using a chisel. This can be done automatically or using hand-operated machines. This process also causes tiny pieces of the natural stone to break off, increasing the roughness of the surface. Bush-hammered surfaces meet the highest anti-slip requirements and can be used in all outdoor areas.

Bush-hammered surfaces are visually very difficult to distinguish from sandblasted surfaces. The process is not easily automated and is especially suitable for large, uneven workpieces. Bush-hammering is the traditional surface processing for outdoor use, and is particularly important for restoration jobs.

The surface is not particularly suitable for indoor use, due to the high level of roughness and the susceptibility for becoming dirty.

Fuerstensteiner Granit Gestockt Gebuerstet

As with bush-hammered surfaces, a chisel is used to make the diamond-cut raw pieces rough. The bush-hammered surface is then brushed using diamond brushes. This process keeps the unevenness of the surface, but removes sharp edges. The surface feels uneven and smooth at the same time. This makes the surface suitable for interior use. 

Depending on the brush used (C80, C120, C500), the result is different color depths and non-slip characteristics.

Fuerstensteiner Granit Geflammt

Flamed surfaces are produced through thermal processing. Due to the inhomogeneity of the material, the applied flame causes small pieces of the stone to break off, increasing the roughness of the surface. This can be done automatically or using hand-operated machines on flat workpieces.

The surface processing is not easily automated and is suitable for large, uneven work pieces. The surface is not particularly suitable for indoor use, due to the high level of roughness and the susceptibility for becoming dirty.

Fuerstensteiner Granit Geflammt Gebuerstet

As with flamed surfaces, the diamond-cut raw piece is also thermally processed. The flamed surface is then brushed using diamond brushes. This process keeps the unevenness of the surface, but removes sharp edges. The surface feels uneven and smooth at the same time. This makes the surface suitable for interior use.

Depending on the brush used (C80, C120, C500), the result is different color depths and non-slip characteristics.

Fuerstensteiner Granit Geschliffen

The cut marks on the diamond-cut surface can be removed gradually by further sanding processes. This process can be carried out by a machine or by hand. This means both smooth and curved surfaces can be realized with a honed surface. Honed surfaces are only suitable for interior use or for decoration in outdoor use.

This surface is created by the diamond or silicone carbide in the tools, which removes any unevenness through abrasion. Only a minimal amount of material is removed through this process, which is carried out with different grains (C60, C120, C220, C320).

Fuerstensteiner Granit Geschliffen

Granite can also be processed with diamond brushes. Using diamond brushes on diamond-cut surfaces creates a satined surface.

The surface is leathery to the touch. It is flat, but has small indentations. The tactile feel particular to this stone is particularly pleasant, and therefore suited for indoor use, while the R9-R10-grade slip resistance (depending on the material used) usually provides a high enough slip resistance.

Depending on the grade (180, 500) the surface will feel even smoother and the color of the stone is further accentuated, without being reflective

Fuerstensteiner Granit Poliert

A polished surface has glass-like characteristics. It is extremely smooth and reflects light. This surface has the lowest propensity for becoming dirty and allows very little fluid to seep into the stone.

According to the information leaflet “Slippery floors in workrooms and work areas”, this surface also does not provide any slip resistance.

Stein Roh Weisshaeupl

Weishaupl

 
Weishaeupl Sandgestrahlt

Sandblasted surfaces are created by firing abrasives at the workpiece. This causes tiny pieces of the natural stone to break off, increasing the roughness of the surface. Sandblasted surfaces meet the highest anti-slip requirements and can be used in all outdoor areas.

Sandblasting is also the most cost-effective surface treatment for outdoor use. This is an advantage in particular for workpieces processed on all sides, as up to six sides can be processed in one round, due to automation.

The surface is not particularly suitable for indoor use, due to the high level of roughness and the susceptibility for becoming dirty.

Weishaeupl Sandgestrahlt Gebuerstet

As with sandblasted surfaces, abrasives are fired at the diamond-cut raw pieces to make them rough. The sandblasted surface is then brushed using diamond brushes. This process keeps the unevenness of the surface, but removes sharp edges. The surface feels uneven and smooth at the same time. This makes the surface suitable for interior use.

Depending on the brush used (C80, C120, C500), the result is different color depths and non-slip characteristics.

Weishaeupl Gestockt

Bush-hammered surfaces are created using a chisel. This can be done automatically or using hand-operated machines. This process also causes tiny pieces of the natural stone to break off, increasing the roughness of the surface. Bush-hammered surfaces meet the highest anti-slip requirements and can be used in all outdoor areas.

Bush-hammered surfaces are visually very difficult to distinguish from sandblasted surfaces. The process is not easily automated and is especially suitable for large, uneven workpieces. Bush-hammering is the traditional surface processing for outdoor use, and is particularly important for restoration jobs.

The surface is not particularly suitable for indoor use, due to the high level of roughness and the susceptibility for becoming dirty.

Weishaeupl Gestockt Gebuerstet

As with bush-hammered surfaces, a chisel is used to make the diamond-cut raw pieces rough. The bush-hammered surface is then brushed using diamond brushes. This process keeps the unevenness of the surface, but removes sharp edges. The surface feels uneven and smooth at the same time. This makes the surface suitable for interior use. 

Depending on the brush used (C80, C120, C500), the result is different color depths and non-slip characteristics.

Weishaeupl Geflammt

Flamed surfaces are produced through thermal processing. Due to the inhomogeneity of the material, the applied flame causes small pieces of the stone to break off, increasing the roughness of the surface. This can be done automatically or using hand-operated machines on flat workpieces.

The surface processing is not easily automated and is suitable for large, uneven work pieces. The surface is not particularly suitable for indoor use, due to the high level of roughness and the susceptibility for becoming dirty.

Weishaeupl Geflammt Gebuerstet

As with flamed surfaces, the diamond-cut raw piece is also thermally processed. The flamed surface is then brushed using diamond brushes. This process keeps the unevenness of the surface, but removes sharp edges. The surface feels uneven and smooth at the same time. This makes the surface suitable for interior use.

Depending on the brush used (C80, C120, C500), the result is different color depths and non-slip characteristics.

Weishaeupl Geschliffen

The cut marks on the diamond-cut surface can be removed gradually by further sanding processes. This process can be carried out by a machine or by hand. This means both smooth and curved surfaces can be realized with a honed surface. Honed surfaces are only suitable for interior use or for decoration in outdoor use.

This surface is created by the diamond or silicone carbide in the tools, which removes any unevenness through abrasion. Only a minimal amount of material is removed through this process, which is carried out with different grains (C60, C120, C220, C320).

Weishaeupl Satiniert

Granite can also be processed with diamond brushes. Using diamond brushes on diamond-cut surfaces creates a satined surface.

The surface is leathery to the touch. It is flat, but has small indentations. The tactile feel particular to this stone is particularly pleasant, and therefore suited for indoor use, while the R9-R10-grade slip resistance (depending on the material used) usually provides a high enough slip resistance.

Depending on the grade (180, 500) the surface will feel even smoother and the color of the stone is further accentuated, without being reflective.

Weishaeupl Poliert

A polished surface has glass-like characteristics. It is extremely smooth and reflects light. This surface has the lowest propensity for becoming dirty and allows very little fluid to seep into the stone.

According to the information leaflet “Slippery floors in workrooms and work areas”, this surface also does not provide any slip resistance.

 

Kusser granites and natural stones

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Our own quarries produce: both the light-gray Tittling fine and coarse grain, the dark-gray Fuerstenstein granite as well as the Granodiorit Weishaupl.

Tittling Fine Grain

Due to its weathering resistance and good technical properties, Tittling Fine Grain is suitable for indoor as well as outdoor use. The frost resistant hard stone can be quarried in very large blocks and be further processed.

Kusser Verbindungssteg 4 1C
Kusser Fassade Granitzentrum Hauzenberg 1C
Kusser Fassade Tittlinger Feinkorn 1C
Kusser Brunnen Coburg Fountain 1C
Kusser Kugelbrunnen Fifa Wm 2006 1C
Kusser Rathausbrunnen Unterschleissheim 4 1C
Trade name:
Tittling Fine Grain
German trade name:
Tittlinger Feinkorn
Petrographical type:
Granite
Quarry:
Hoehenberg Quarry, Bachstraße 27, 94104 Tittling, Germany
Coordinates:
13.366° E / 48.744° N (WGS 84)
Visual appearance:
fine/medium-grained; appears with white, partially also differently coloured veining of differing widths and shapes as well as darker inclusions in various sizes and streaks
Typical colour:
light grey

Tittling Coarse Grain

Due to its weathering resistance and good technical properties, Tittling Coarse Grain is suitable for indoor as well as outdoor use. The frost resistant hard stone can be quarried in very large blocks and be further processed.

Kusser Sailstorfer Fountain Perlesreut 3 1C
Kusser Kugelbrunnen Donetsk Arena 1C
Kusser Bar Krone 1 1C
Kusser Kuechenarbeitsplatte Granit 1C
Kusser Bodenbelag Tittlinger Grobkorn Rossmarkt Schweinfurt 1C
Trade name:
Tittling Coarse Grain
German trade name:
Tittlinger Grobkorn
Petrographical type:
Granite
Quarry:
Hoehenberg Quarry, Bachstraße 27, 94104 Tittling, Germany
Coordinates:
13.364° E / 48.745° N (WGS 84)
Visual appearance:
coarse-grained
Typical colour:
faintly yellow, greyish-white

Fuerstenstein Granite

Due to its weathering resistance as well as its good physical and technical properties, Fuerstenstein Granite is suitable for use both indoors and outdoors. The frost resistant diorite is one of the few dark grey, almost black hard stones to be quarried in Germany.

Kusser Granitbelag Platz Kuenzell 1C
Kusser Fassade Fuerstensteiner Oberste Baubehoerde 1C
Kusser Einfassung Rampe Fuerstensteiner Granit 1C
Kusser Terrassenbrunnen Schalenbrunnen Raible 1C
Kusser Brunnenanlage Belaya Dacha 1C
Trade name:
Fuerstenstein Granite (Diorite)
German trade name:
Fürstensteiner Granit (Diorit)
Petrographical type:
Diorit
Quarry:
Paradise Quarry, Paradies 8, 94538 Fuerstenstein, Germany
Coordinates:
13.322° E / 48.710° N (WGS 84)
Visual appearance:
fine/medium-grained; appears with white, partially also differently coloured veining of various widths and shapes as well as lighter and darker mineral accumulations
Typical colour:
anthracite to dark grey

Weishaupl

Weishaupl possesses exceptionally good values for outdoor surfaces. On a visual level, it is characterised by a lively detailed structure that results in a uniformly grey appearance at the same time, when viewed as a whole.

Kusser Granitbank Neutraubling 1C
Kusser Terrassenbelag 1C
Trade name:
Weishaupl
German trade name:
Weishäupl
Petrographical type:
Granodiorite
Quarry:
Paradise Quarry, Paradies 8, 94538 Fuerstenstein, Germany
Coordinates:
13.323° E / 48.708° N (WGS 84)
Visual appearance:
finely-grained; with dark / black, medium- / coarse-grained accumulations of minerals
Typical colour:
light grey - medium grey

Granite with other colours

Green

Kusser Material Andeer Sandgestrahlt
Andeer, sandblasted
Kusser Material Andeer Poliert
Andeer, polished

Black

Comes from different quarries, depending on availabilty.

Kusser Material Indian Black Sandgestrahlt
Nero Assoluto, sandblasted
Kusser Material Indian Black Poliert
Nero Assoluto, polished

Red

Kusser Material Bohus Sandgestrahlt
Bohus Red, sandblasted
Kusser Material Bohus Poliert
Bohus Red, polished
Kusser Material Vanga Sandgestrahlt
Vanga, sandblasted
Kusser Material Vanga Poliert
Vanga, polished

Beige

Kusser Material Hintertiessen Granit Sandgestrahlt
Hintertiessen, sandblasted
Kusser Material Hintertiessen Granit Sandgestrahlt Und Gebuerstet
Hintertiessen, sandblasted and brushed
Kusser Material Hintertiessen Granit Gestockt Und Gebuerstet
Hintertiessen, bush-hammered and brushed
Kusser Material Hintertiessen Granit Gflammt Und Gebuerstet
Hintertiessen, flamed and brushed
Kusser Material Hintertiessen Granit Poliert
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Yellow

Comes from different quarries, depending on availabilty.

Kusser Material Bayerwald Sandgestrahlt
Bayerwald Yellow, sandblasted
Kusser Material Bayerwald Poliert
Bayerwald Yellow, polished

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Georg Kusser
Dipl.-Ing., MBA, Managing Director

Georg Kusser, our expert in post tensioned granite bridges, will be glad to deal with your inquiry. Call him now, or write him an e-mail.