Calacatta Vagli

Calacatta Vagli is an Italian marble that takes its name from the area where it is quarried, Vagli, in the Apuan Alps. It has a milky white color and is crossed by small light gray spots and delicate amber/gold yellow veins.

It is one of the most popular Calacattas and is used in prestigious settings, both indoors and outdoors; however, its main use is for coverings, floors and stairs.

Country of Origin: Italy
Availability: Medium
Compression breaking load: 1280 kg/cm2
Compression breaking load after freezing cycles: 1243 kg/cm2
Unit breaking load in bending: 125 kg/cm2
Thermal linear expansion coefficient: 0,0039mm/m°C
Water imbibition coefficient: 0,21%
Impact resistance, minimum fall height: 36 cm
Frictional wear: 0,58mm
Weight per unit of volume: 2313 kg/m3