Moca Cream Limestone

The Moca Cream is a beige coloured limestone, which is characterized by its parallel vein and uniform background, when it is cut against the vein. However, when the same stone is cut in favour of the vein it shows a relatively different appearance, with a more uniform background and light beige colour, with no signs of vein.

Finishings

Polished is the type of finishing that most enhances the beautiful beige colour and vein of the Moca Cream Limestone. The surface is smooth and plain, where its shiny appearance highlights the main characteristics of the stone.

Other´s finishings are Honed, Bush-Hammered, Brushed and Split face

Applications

The Moca Cream limestone is most commonly used in interior covering walls and exterior applications such as cladding (either glued or stapled). It is also a preferential limestone used in flooring with moderate utilization

The Moca Cream limestone is a Portuguese beige coloured limestone, which is characterized by its parallel vein and uniform background,
Compression strenght: 930 Kg/cm2; Bending strenght: 126 Kg/cm2; Porosity: 5,9%
Below we present you three of the most common types of Moca Cream that are currently available in the market: the Relvinha – thin grain, the Classic – medium grain and the Gross with gross grain
Marmores Poço bravo Moca cream fine grain
Marmores Poço bravo Moca cream classic medium grain
Marmores Poço bravo Moca creme grosso

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Limestone is a natural product, presented tonal variations, veining and textures between the pieces. The images shown are only demonstrative

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