impresión

BLISTERING

Muestra

Wall built in carbonated sandstone next to the path arround the exterior of the apse. Santa Maria la Mayor church. Alcañiz. Teruel. Spain.

Causas de la patología

Soluble salts from the ground and the repair mortars, and repeated drying-moisturising cycles.

Imagen de visu

BLISTERING: BLISTERING
Autor: Manuel Iglesias
Descripción: Hemispherical elevations and some detachments on the surface of the stone (areas with greater alteration in inset). The alteration structure and the stone texture favours the moisture retention.

Imagen detalle / macro

BLISTERING: BLISTERING
BLISTERING: BLISTERING
Autor: Manuel Iglesias
Aumentos: scale

Descripción: Detachment of one of the blisters (in section).

Figure 1. Granular disintegration and sanding deposits in the internal structure of the stone.

Figure 2. Detachment of one of the blisters (section): flaking in the internal structure of the stone.


Patologías Asociadas

Contour scaling.

Flaking.

Sanding.
Spalling.


Bibiliografía

ICOMOS-ICS (2008). Illustrated glossary on stone deterioration pattern.

http://international.icomos.org/publications/monuments_and_sites/15/pdf/Monuments_and_Sites_15_ISCS_Glossary_Stone.pdf 

 

ORDAZ, J., & ESBERT, R. (1988). Glosario de términos relacionados con el deterioro de las piedras de construcción. Materiales de Construcción, 38 (209): 39-45. doi: 10.3989/mc.1988.v38.i209.847


Autor

Manuel Iglesias Campos. manuel.iglesias@cetec-patrimoni.com

Restorer


Institución o Empresa

Universitat de Barcelona