Tannoti Green Marble

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Tannoti Green Marble, ΤΗΕ ΜΥΤΗ

Tannoti Green Marble

According to Greek Mythology Tinos’s name derives from the Phoenician word “Tannoti” meaning snake. The island was full of snakes but local tradition holds that the snakes were killed by the island’s patron god Poseidon.Poseidon (God of the Sea) chased the snakes away from the island by means of stork of flocks and that was the reason he was highly worshipped in Tinos.
An important sanctuary to Poseidon was dedicated to him in Kionia. Other names of the island include its founder “Tinos”, “Ophiousa”- packed with snakes and “Hydrousa”-rich in water.

INFO

DESCRIPTION

Very hard dark -green material with beautiful white, light dark green (in all its shades) veins.Excellent solution for any decorative and impressive project. Timeless. Reflecting a sense of a snakeskin.Its properties and its hardness are its main advantages

APPLICATIONS

Heavy use areas like walls, public places etc
Residential, commercial & institutional development projects
Interior, exterior flooring and wall cladding, Decorative Elements, Columns, Monuments etc.
SUITABLE FOR:
Big & Small projects

FINISHES

Brushed, Polished, Honed

AVAILABILITY

PHYSICAL TEST

APPARENT SPECIFIC WEIGHT 2953,4 kg/m3 EN 1936
ABSORPTION WATER 0,25 % wt EN 13755
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH 116,08 MPa EN 1926
MODULUS of RUPTURE 5,21 MPa EN 12372
ABRASION RESISTANCE 17,1 mm EN 14157