Indoor tile PIETRA D'ISEO: CEPPO
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Characteristics

Location
indoor, outdoor
Installation
wall, floor
Material
porcelain stoneware
Dimensions
60x60 cm, 90x90 cm, 120x120 cm, 120x260 cm, 60x120 cm
Finish
natural finish
Appearance
stone look
Technical characteristics
non-slip, antibacterial, frost-resistant, high-performance, high-resistance
Ecological characteristics
GreenGuard® certification
Other characteristics
Italian
Thickness

6.5 mm, 20 mm (0.3 in)

Description

Pietra d'Iseo is inspired by the typical Lombard stone, the Ceppo di Grè, used to build the palaces, villas and monuments that characterize the historical appearance of the city of Milan. The surface of this stone, with its irregular design and tone on tone grey, adds character and, at the same time, a sense of refinement to any environment, thanks to the variety of sizes offered by Cotto d'Este. Kerlite Pietra d'Iseo is part of the PROTECT line of products: antimicrobial floor and wall tiles, designed for healthy, safe and protected living spaces. Reinforced with fibreglass on the rear side, Kerlite 6plus is ideal for flooring and wall cladding in residential and commercial spaces, including those subjected to heavy traffic, both for new buildings and for renovation projects with tiling laid on pre-existing floors. The 20mm thickness permits easy and versatile solutions for exterior flooring in residential spaces and public areas. It has heightened anti-slip characteristics and is resistant to frost, thermal shock, moulds, stains, and salt corrosion.

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