The porcelain “Gres” stoneware is a ceramic compact hardcover, colored, non-porous. The word “Gres” means that the ceramic mass of the tile is extremely compact, hence its exceptional resistance. This ceramic is obtained from masses of clay, sand, feldspar and other natural substances. The dough is prepared and baked at high temperature (1000 – 1300 ° C).
One of the salient features of porcelain stoneware is its high resistance to abrasion, it is say, the surface resistance opposes the actions of the movement of bodies, surfaces or materials in contact with it. Another of its main features is its low water absorption, less than or equal to 0.5%. Because of their outstanding properties this material is ideal for intensive use areas, such as corridors, public areas and industrial plants.
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