Frequently asked questions

What is porcelain stoneware?

The name “porcelain stoneware” indicates a dry-pressed, highly compact, ceramic product with high quality, technical specifications (these tiles are highly flex, graze, scratch, weather and chemical agent resistant) and have a very low porosity.
This specification indicates that in the firing phase (conducted at high temperatures of 1250-1350° C) all porosity in the tiles is closed, which allows them to be declared as completely vitrified.

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