Porcelain Tile Minerva Black 600mm By 600mm
Porcelain Stoneware Tiles are produced with selected and particularly pure raw materials, subject to the latest extraction and control technologies. The resulting tiles are extremely high quality porcelain stoneware obtained through wet grinding the raw materials, partial drying with atomization and storage in silo to homogenise the specifications, pressing with high power hydraulic presses to achieve specific pressures above 500 Kg/cm2.
Our tiles are produced using carefully selected, pure raw materials that are subject to the most modern checking and extraction processes. After being treated at temperatures of over 1200°C, these materials are then pressed with an intense force to create a highly compact and resistant ceramic body with low water absorption. When the ceramic surfaces of these tiles are subject to wear, the material that is lost is in no way harmful. Any material that is detached is completely inert at a toxicological level and has no impact on the environment whatsoever. Completely fire resistant, so they do not risk being damaged if exposed to naked flames. In fact, they stop flames intensifying and spreading. Bacteria is also unable to proliferate on tiles, so they are ideal for environments that need to be kept sterile. All the scrap from the industrial production process is also inert, so it is not hazardous in terms of chemical or thermal reactivity or resistance. This means it can be disposed of in the environment without risk, or recycled in the preparation of other materials (such as underfloor bases etc.).