Arabescato Vagli is a marble typical of the Apuana/Versigliese area, named after its extraction area, Vagli in the province of Lucca.
The material is white in color, with gray / greenish veins, sometimes rosé.
The Arabescato Vagli can be used both for indoor and outdoor environments, for floors, coatings, as well as shower trays, tops and kitchens.
In the past, this material was commonly used for the construction of churches, an example being the Basilica of Saint Peter in Rome.
|Compression breaking load:||1472 kg/cm2|
|Compression breaking load after freezing:||1352 kg/cm3|
|Ultimate tensile strength:||102 kg/cm2|
|Thermal linear expansion coefficient:||0,0041mm/m°C|
|Impact test. min. fall height:||41 cm|
|Frictional wear test:||0,44 cm|