Pumice is a chemically inert porous volcanic mineral, created by an underwater volcanic eruption in the greater Nisyros area 10,000 years ago. The porosity of the material is due to the gaps caused by the escape of steam during the cooling of the lava.


The natural properties of pumice
  • Environmental friendly
  •  Thermally insulative
  •  Sound absorbing
  •  Incombustible
The characteristics of pumice
  • Homogeneous quality
  • White colour
  •  High mechanical strength
  •  Low Specific Gravity