The marble of Epidaurus is mined in Argolis. It is a calcareous marble mined in shades of red, grey, and brown. The red Epidaurus marble has white waters. Its color is attributed to the Ammonitico Rosso limestones found in the Argolis region. With a market presence originating back to the 80’s, in floors of well-known hotels at the time, it returns to the forefront as an ideal solution for interior cladding on floors and vertical surfaces.

Laboratory tests and analysis results:

Apparent density, kg/m3 2.710
Water absorption at atmospheric pressure, % κ.β. 0,14
Uniaxial compressive strength, kg/cm2 975
Flexural strength under concentrated load, kg/cm2 158
Abrasion resistance, mm 3,83
SiO2 Al2O3 Fe2O3 CaO MgO MnO K2O Na2O CO2
4.7 1.5 0.73 51.6 0.43 0.08 0.0 0.0 40.7
Calcite 94%
Quartz 4%
Clay Minerals 2%