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Ceramic Slab/ Serie_I Naturali_Pietre

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I NATURALI

A unique collection that guarantees the same performance on large size of the most common natural materials, to provide engineers and designers unexplored possibilities in the realisation of projects of great architectural importance. Divided in two classes, it faithfully reproduces the technical essence and aesthetics of material from which it draws inspiration, revealing textures with high technological value.

I NATURALI_PIETRE

The primordial force of nature and senses takes form in smooth and surprisingly structured surfaces. The technical features of this series make it suitable for both the interior design world as well as for application in the architecture/construction business.

The series is available in the 1000x3000 mm, 1620x3240 sizes.

Produced using advanced technologies, the ceramic slab Laminam teams reduced thickness and large size with high resistance to mechanical stresses, to chemicals, to wear, to scratches, to deep abrasion and to bending, it is easy to sanitise, resistant to frost, fire, mould and mildew, and to the effect of UV rays. All the characteristics and chromatic properties of the slabs are unchanging, designed to stand the test of time in all atmospheric conditions.

Specification
  • Laminam 3 (nominal thickness 3mm)

    Laminate porcelain obtained by wet grinding of clayish raw materials, granite and metamorphic, feldspar-containing rocks and ceramic pigments. Compacted by a special shaping in compatter and sintering at 1200°C, with hybrid firing. With single gauge square edge.

    Laminam 3+ (nominal thickness 3,5mm)

    Laminate porcelain obtained by wet grinding of clayish raw materials, granite and metamorphic, feldspar-containing rocks and ceramic pigments. Compacted by a special shaping in compatter and sintering at 1200°C, with hybrid firing. With single gauge square edge and with a structural reinforcement in inert material (fiberglass blanket bonded at the back).

    Laminam 5 (nominal thickness 5,6mm)

    Laminate porcelain obtained by wet grinding of clayish raw materials, granite and metamorphic, feldspar-containing rocks and ceramic pigments. Compacted by a special shaping in compatter and sintering at 1200°C, with hybrid firing. With single gauge square edge.

    Laminam 5+ (nominal thickness 6mm)

    Laminate porcelain obtained by wet grinding of clayish raw materials, granite and metamorphic, feldspar-containing rocks and ceramic pigments. Compacted by a special shaping in compatter and sintering at 1200°C, with hybrid firing. With single gauge square edge and with a structural reinforcement in inert material (fiberglass blanket bonded at the back).

    Laminam 12+ (nominal thickness 12,5mm)

    Laminate porcelain obtained by wet grinding of clayish raw materials, granite and metamorphic, feldspar-containing rocks and ceramic pigments. Compacted by a special shaping in compatter and sintering at 1200°C, with hybrid firing. With single gauge square edge and with a structural reinforcement in inert material (fiberglass blanket bonded at the back).

    Laminam 20+ (nominal thickness 20,5mm)

    Laminate porcelain obtained by wet grinding of clayish raw materials, granite and metamorphic, feldspar-containing rocks and ceramic pigments. Compacted by a special shaping in compatter and sintering at 1200°C, with hybrid firing. With single gauge square edge and with a structural reinforcement in inert material (fiberglass blanket bonded at the back).

Technical specification
  • Unique ref.serie-inaturali-pietre-ceramic-slab
  • Product familySerie
  • Product groupI Naturali Pietre
  • TypeShowcase (model)
  • Date of publishing2018-02-01
  • Edition number2
  • Height (mm)3000
  • Width (mm)1000
  • Depth (mm)3.5
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  • Material mainCeramics
  • Material secondaryFibreglass reinforced polymer composite
  • Designed inItaly
  • Manufactured inItaly
  • Weight Net (Kg)24.6
Classification
  • BIMobject CategoryConstruction Materials - Tile
  • IFC classificationBuilding Element
  • UNSPSC nameWall finishing materials
  • UNSPSC code301615
  • Uniclass 2015 CodeEF_25_10
  • Uniclass 2015 DescriptionWalls
  • CSI MasterFormat 2014 Code09 70 00
  • CSI MasterFormat 2014 TitleWall Finishes
  • OmniClass Number23-15 15 13
  • OmniClass TitleWall Tiles
  • CSI UniFormat II CodeC3010
  • CSI UniFormat II TitleWall Finishes

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