Porcelain stoneware slabs
Porcelain stoneware is a special type of ceramic product, used for floors and walls, combining the highest levels of technical features to a particularly prestigious appearance.
The areas of application in the building industry are multiple, these slabs can be used for internal and external walls and floorings.
The products satisfy the technical specifications defined by the European standard EN 14411 and International ISO 13006, according to criteria established by method ISO 10545 - International Organization for Standardization Specifications for Ceramic Tile.
The slab, regardless of the thickness, is mainly composed of mineral raw materials (clay, quartz, kaolin, feldspar) that come partly directly from quarries and partly from recycled material, the latter mainly coming from pre-consumer material and from ceramic waste coming from other factories of the ceramic and sanitary sectors. The aesthetic appearance of porcelain stoneware slab is obtained mainly in the phase of preparation of the mixture by application of appropriate amounts of colorant agents in variable amounts.
EPD documentsS-P-01439 EPD Porcelain stoneware slabs (English version)S-P-01439 EPD Porcelain stoneware slabs (Italian version)
Included products in this EPD
8 Product Groups selected based on thickness
Thickness 6 - 8 - 9 - 10 - 12 - 13 - 14 - 20 mm
The environmental performances declared in this EPD refer to Reference Products, each one selected as representative for each thickness.