The porcelain stoneware is a ceramic material characterized by high compactness and strength. Not being porous, it resists to water, cold, acid and dirt.
This ceramic is obtained starting from mixtures of clay, sand and other natural substances, while natural colors will complement the aesthetic.
The stoneware is compacted without adding adhesives or resins.
One of the most important characteristics of porcelain stoneware is the very high abrasion resistance, that is the resistance that the surface opposes to the actions connected with the movement of bodies, surfaces or materials in contact with it. This feature makes the stoneware particularly suitable for the cladding of exterior facades.
The main advantage of porcelain stoneware is its resistance to abrasion and wear of the elements. It resists very well to chemicals, including most common acids, and frost, because of its water resistance. Being a non-combustible material, it does not burn or produce toxic-harmful gases or fumes in case of fire or flame exposure. The material does not fade over time, thanks to its color stability when exposed to the sun and to the atmospheric agents. The porcelain is easy to clean, even with the use of detergents and solvents, because it doesn’t keep dirt and organic matter. Like the stone, this material is easily processable and can then be customized to meet the needs. The stoneware is environmentally friendly because it’s made without chemicals, paints and resins. It does not emit gases and harmful substances.
Available finishes and colors
All the finishes on the market in the vast range of porcelain are available.
The examples are just a few of the possible range.
|Metal or corten effect