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Moleanos Mixed


The Moleanos Azul is a light grey and beige mixed colored limestone, with fine grain and several brownish spots. It presents several signs of fossils throughout its surface. Its main variations depend mostly on the % of beige and grey color. The Moleanos Mixed is a fairly hard limestone, being used on both interior and exterior applications with ease.

This limestone is a direct variation of the well-known Moleanos Classic limestone, being extracted in the same type of quarries but representing a small part of overall Moleanos limestone extraction. This is considered as the commercial / less expensive choice of the Moleanos Azul limestone.


Compression strenght: 1550 Kg/cm2; Bending strenght: 141 Kg/cm2; Porosity: 1,7%


The Moleanos Mixed is a fairly popular choice for both interior and exterior flooring applications. Like the Moleanos Azul, it has considerable demand from markets like the UK, where it is very appreciated on such applications. It is also common to use it on exterior cladding, wall coverings and caps, and other interior and exterior applications.

Moleanos Mixed

Limestone Finishings

Moleanos Mixed


  • Moleanos limestone quarry
  • Moleanos limestone quarry
  • Moleanos limestone blocks

Moleanos Mixed


Moleanos Vidraco

Very hard light beige limestone, with thin grain and brownish fine spots

Moleanos Fine

Beige limestone, with thin grain and several brownish fine spots

Moleanos Classic

Beige limestone with gross grain and uniform look

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