Light beige colour limestone with medium to large size, brownish and greyish fossils. The unmistakable appearance along with its versatility makes it one of the most traditionally used stones in Portugal — it predominates in facades, masonry, and the flooring of historic buildings.
Alternative names: Lioz de Pero Pinheiro, Lioz Chainette, Lioz Abancado, Lioz Rosado, Lioz Saint Florient, Lioz Dourado
|Apparent density||2700 kg/m3|
|Water absorption at atmospheric pressure||0,1%|
|Flexural strenght under concentrated load||17,9 MPA|
|Abrasion test||20 mm|