Didima marble originating from Argolis, is the most mined marble in the region, with a well-established position in the domestic marble market. It is a dolomitic marble of beige color with light colored stripes. It has excellent durability and is ideal for both indoor and outdoor use, floors, and stairs, due to its mineral composition. It also has high heat capacity which makes it ideal for underfloor heating.

Laboratory tests and analysis results:

Apparent density (EN 1936), kg/m3 2.740
Open porosity (EN 1936), % κ.ο. 2,4
Water absorption at atmospheric pressure (ΕΝ 13755), % κ.β. 0,8
Uniaxial compressive strength (ΕΝ 1926), MPa 169
Flexural strength under concentrated load ΕΝ 12372), MPa 20,1
Breaking load at dowel hole (ΕΝ 13364), Ν 2.800
Abrasion resistance (ΕΝ 14157 - Β), mm3 7.896
Rupture energy (ΕΝ 14158), Joule 3
Frost resistance: Flexural strength under concentrated load (EN12372) after 48 frost resistance cycles, MPa 18,1
SiO2 Al2O3 Fe2O3 CaO MgO MnO TiO2 K2O Na2O LOl
<0.05 <0.05 0.1 37.00 17.10 <0.05 <0.05 0.15 1.05 44.55
Dolomite 91%
Calcite 9%