What is porcelain stoneware?
Porcelain stoneware is a mixture of raw materials similar to those used for vitreous china (used for sanitary and tableware manufacturing). It is therefore a material almost completely vitrified, completely insensitive and with high mechanical characteristics. The adjective porcelain, which emphasizes the refined elegance that characterizes it, derives from the use of kaolin, a white clay that is also used for the production of porcelain.
Precious clays and feldspar are subjected to a firing process at extremely high temperatures and are transformed into stoneware tiles with characteristics of anti-elivity, resistance to shocks, scratches and chemical attacks.
The porcelain tiles are therefore extremely resistant, hygienic and with elegant aesthetic.