Longridge Stone (also known as Lower Pendle Sandstone) is a hard-wearing medium to coarse grained millstone grit. It is generally light buff in colour with swirls of golden brown / orange giving it a distinct and varied natural appearance. Oxidisation can sometimes occur on the face of the stone causing a dark discolouration.
Leeming quarry is situated near Stonyhurst in Lancashire, A family run quarry for the past 40 years calling on a wealth of experience to extract a top quality raw material with reserves for many years to come.
Due to the quality and durability of the quarried block, Cumbrian Stone’s Lazonby Sandstone products can now be found on projects across all areas of the UK.
Technical Data For Longridge Sandstone
Density kg/m³ – 2320 kg/m³
Flexural Strength – 5.8 MPA
Water Absorption % – 3.5%
Slip Resistance (wet) – Not Determined
Compressive Strength – 84 MPA
Salt Crystallisation – Not Determined
Porosity % – 12.1%
Saturated Coefficient – Not Determined
Abrasion Resistance – Not Determined
Slip Resistance (dry) – Not Determined
Please note that as natural stone is a natural product there can be variations in the composition of the stone that would result in these test results varying across the raw material. These results are an average taken from the testing of multiple samples taken from several quarried blocks. Cumbrian Stone would always recommend consulting a structural engineer to establish the minimum required properties where natural stone is being used for structural purposes, and the results contained on this website are not to be taken as a structural recommendation in any case.
For any enquires regarding Longridge Sandstone please contact Cumbrian Stone on 01768 867867 or at email@example.com