Tiles of cast basalt

The pavement is made by melting of natural basalt and its casting into metal moulds.

The paving tiles cast by this manner feature excellent properties, due to which they are used in industrial operations exposed to mechanical and/or chemical loads. They are also often used due to their attractive and uncommon appearance.

This range covers tiles with smooth or anti-slipping surface and their various accessories, such as coved tiles, so-called L-pieces, and many atypical shape tiles.

Colour of the pavement is determined by nature of the natural material and cannot be changed or painted.

Each tile is an original by its appearance and thus also the floors made from our tiles are non-repeatable and unique.

The pavements are divided as follows:

•INTERIOR                    Beauty and Uncommon Appearance

•EXTERIOR                   Functionality and Uncommon Appearance

•INDUSTRIAL                Resistance and Durability

•ANTISLIPPING             Functionality and Serviceability

•HEXAGONAL               Original Sets and Personal Character

•ATYPICAL                    The unknown basalt pavement

Types of tile back sides – rasters

The basalt tiles are produced with three basic types of the back side:

•With rough grooving – so-called rough raster, marking = R

•With fine grooving – so-called fine raster, marking = JR

•Without raster – so-called smooth tiles, marking = H

R - The tiles with rough raster are used for laying into bed from wet concrete mix, or it may be glued by binding material similarly as ceramic tiles onto prepared, properly cleaned, matured and compact concrete bed.

JR - The tiles with fine raster are used for gluing by binding material similarly as ceramic tiles onto prepared, properly cleaned, matured and compact concrete bed. The use of this raster is advantageous also for special adhesives and binders, e.g. in chemical operations, regarding the decreased consumption of the adhesive.

H - The smooth tiles are used very rarely, mainly for special purposed, where extreme minimum thickness and minimum consumption of the basement adhesive is required. As standard, the raster tiles with R and JR grooves are produced.