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04-03-2007- Bel-Stone

Recently, Les Carrières de la Pierre Bleue Belge contributed to the development of a cladding solution in Belgian Blue Stone created by the company Isosystems, manufacturer of insulating panels in polyurethane and natural clay (Gebrik).

This new product, launched at the 2007 Batibouw building industry tradeshow, is a panel of 1m2 with a thickness of 60mm, weighing 30kg. The outer face is Belgian Blue Stone (12mm) while the rest of the panel is made of polyurethane.

This product is significant because it combines an insulating solution with an aesthetic solution. In addition it is very light and therefore easily installed.

Its principle of mechanical fixing using screws makes it possible to construct a building without foundations or a base.

This product has been selected for the Prix de l’Innovation [Innovation prize] by the Construction Industry in collaboration with Fisa at the 2007 Batibouw trade show.

If you would like additional information on this product, please contact Isosystems:


Schoppen, 53

+32 (0)80 34 80 00
+32 (0)80 34 80 09


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01-04-2007- Sustainable development



Les Carrières de la Pierre Bleue Belge SA : first Belgian company which has published an environmental statement.  For more information, click here.

04-03-2007- Bel-Stone

Bel-Stone from Isosystems : a product in Belgian Blue Stone for 100% Belgian cladding

Product developed and marketed by the company Isosystems.

For more information,  www.gebrik.be.

15-02-2007- Competition until March 31st
08-01-2007- Tellier des prés

On 8th November 2006 the new quarry site of les Carrières de la Pierre Bleue Belge was opened. This latest site is not yet fully operational, since uncovering and development work will continue throughout 2007. The first block of bluestone will be quarried and marketed in 2008.

For more information, please visit the website www.tellierdespres.be