Cowra Quartz Pebble

Cowra Quartz Pebble | benedict_1 | ODS

Benedict and Rocla are proud to showcase our White and Gold Quartz pebbles produced at our Cowra Quartz operation.

The products have historically been used mainly as a decorative groundcover in various landscape applications ranging from domestic gardens to commercial architecturally designed landscape projects.

Recently, new markets have emerged for the product to be used more frequently as a decorative rooftop cover on high-rise commercial buildings and as a well-graded filtration method for water/sewerage plants.

The Quartz pebbles have extremely high silica content — they are available in white and gold and range in size from 2mm through to 40mm. The material is generally a well-rounded shape and is extremely hard and durable, making it an excellent product for many decorative and commercial applications.

For further details or pricing enquiries please call the sales office on 02 9986 3500.



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