• Flamed (Moleanos Aged)
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    • Flamed Azul Valverde
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    • Creme fátima bujardado
      Bush-hammered
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    • Flamejado
      Flamed
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    • Frisado com resina
      Beaded resin
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      Scratched
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    • Moca grossa areado
      Sanded
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      Honed
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Moca Creme

Moca Creme
Moca Creme

Stones and alternative names: Mocha Creme, Marbella, St. Hubert, Centenary, St. Vicent, Syndicated Moca, Creme Regina, Moca Creme Medium Gray

The stone is a natural product, as such, differs in colors and textures.
Moca Creme. Technical information provided by CEVALOR

Physical and Mechanical Properties

Compressive strength (Kg/cm2)927
Compressive strength after geliv. (Kg/cm2)867
Flexural strength (Kg/cm2)196
Bulk density (Kg/cm3)2515
Water absorption P.At.N2,34 %
Porosity5,9 %
Linear thermal expansion coefficient (10-6/º C)5,3
Wear resistance (mm)4
Crashworthiness (cm)40

Macroscopic Properties

Calcite100 %

Finishes

Polished, Honed, Aged, Sanded and Bush-hammered

Usage

Pavements, Facades and Interiors

Method of application

Before applying all stones should be waterproofed with an aqueous water repellent. The settlement should be made, preferably, with white glue cement.