The Rosal is a light beige limestone, with fine to medium grain and uniform background. It presents some slight dark shades and a visible clouded structure. The main variations of this limestone are based on thickness as well as vein orientation (if any).
In the UK market, this limestone was first introduced as an alternative to Moleanos or Moca Creme and is today a reference on its own.
Compression strength: 650 Kg/cm2; Bending strength: 96 Kg/cm2; Porosity: 12.3%
The Rosal is a preferential limestone to be used in applications such as interior flooring, coverings and some stonework. However, the type of application that has brought credit to this limestone in the UK is cladding, where it used as a reliable and uniform looking limestone.