White Marble Of Panagias (Kavala Marble)

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White Marble Of Panagias (Kavala Marble)

Panagias Marble Physical – Mechanical Properties
Apparent specific weight (kg/m³) 2,709
Absorption coefficient (%) 0.07
Compressive strength (kg/cm²) 1,002
Modulus of rapture (kg/cm²) 151
Abrasion resistance (mm) 7.00
Elasticity module (Tn/cm²) 481.5
Knoop microhardness (Kg/mm²) 158.7

Description

White Marble Of Panagias WMP like Carrara, from which the stone takes its name, is a remote village on the eastern flanks of the Disvatomountains in the area of North Greece. Today the name Carrara has become almost generic for a whole range of white and semi-white types of marble which are extracted from these mountains.
The wider area is sometimes termed “the Carrara of Greece” both because of the colour of the stone and because of the large volume quarrying, cutting and processing that takes place there.
The popularity of this range of marble continues to grow at an astonishing rate and it is exported in large quantities to all parts of the world. The white backround with light grey veining corresponds with nearly everyone’s perception of the most beautiful marble and it is specified by architects for many of the world’s most important buildings.

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Λευκό Μάρμαρο Παναγιάς (Μάρμαρο Καβάλας)

Panagias Marble Physical – Mechanical Properties
Apparent specific weight (kg/m³) 2,709
Absorption coefficient (%) 0.07
Compressive strength (kg/cm²) 1,002
Modulus of rapture (kg/cm²) 151
Abrasion resistance (mm) 7.00
Elasticity module (Tn/cm²) 481.5
Knoop microhardness (Kg/mm²) 158.7

Description

White Marble Of Panagias WMP like Carrara, from which the stone takes its name, is a remote village on the eastern flanks of the Disvatomountains in the area of North Greece. Today the name Carrara has become almost generic for a whole range of white and semi-white types of marble which are extracted from these mountains.
The wider area is sometimes termed “the Carrara of Greece” both because of the colour of the stone and because of the large volume quarrying, cutting and processing that takes place there.
The popularity of this range of marble continues to grow at an astonishing rate and it is exported in large quantities to all parts of the world. The white backround with light grey veining corresponds with nearly everyone’s perception of the most beautiful marble and it is specified by architects for many of the world’s most important buildings.

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