With more and more types of stones, people have difficulties in choosing. Choosing manufacturers is one of the reasons. On the other hand, they have a clear understanding of the differences between them. The mushroom stone on the exterior wall is an irregular decorative stone with natural shape. When building, it needs careful matching to form a kind of decoration. This needs the skill of bricklayer How is the mushroom stone formed?
Mushroom stone on the outer wall is mined from the stone deposit formed after hundreds of millions of years. It has hard texture and bright color. Because of its elegant and simple decoration effect, no pollution and no radiation to human body, it is a kind of isolated protruding rock widely developed on horizontal joints and fissures. Because of the small base and large upper mushroom shape formed by wind erosion, it is called wind erosion mushroom stone, especially the horizontally layered rock with soft and hard alternation is easier to develop into wind erosion mushroom. The main reason for its formation is that the air flow at a certain height has less sand content and weak abrasion effect, while the airflow near the ground has more sand concentration and strong abrasion effect, so the lower part is more and more eroded, thus forming mushroom stone. If the center of gravity of the rock on the top of the wind eroded mushroom is inconsistent with the rock at the base, the upper rock is easy to fall down. If the large stone falling from it is unstable on the ground, it will swing with the wind when the wind blows, which is called wind moving stone or rocking stone.
Mushroom stone on the outer wall can be used for decoration of walls and floors of hotels, hotels, villas, gardens and other buildings. In arid areas, the formation of mushroom stones is similar to the erosion of flowing water. Everyone has experienced sand storms, especially in northern China, which is more common. In dry areas, due to the wind near the ground containing more sand particles and strong abrasion force, the rock forms a mushroom shape with large top and small bottom, which is called "wind erosion mushroom". When the wind speed is high, the sand grains deposit and form sand dunes. Sand dunes can bury cottages, roads, pastures, and bring quicksand hazards.