Cream and yellow coloured limestone with medium size lighter spots and greyish toned veins. Its colour is due to mineral contamination. It is a very versatile stone with a strong tradition in Portugal, present in many historic buildings.
Alternative names: Lioz de Pero Pinheiro, Lioz Chainette, Lioz Abancado, Lioz Rosado, Lioz Saint Florient, Lioz Dourado
|Apparent density||2690 kg/m3|
|Water absorption at atmospheric pressure||0,2%|
|Flexural strenght under concentrated load||12,8 MPA|
|Abrasion test||21,5 mm|