Ceramiche Caesar

SURFACE FINISHES OF TILES

Over the years, Caesar has been committed to the search of new finishes for the surface of its porcelain stoneware tiles.

Over the years, Caesar has been committed to the search of new finishes for the surface of its porcelain stoneware tiles. This is in order to meet a demanding customer base and to provide the professionals in the sector the most suitable solutions. Here follows the list of Caesar surface finishes.

Natural surface: carried out during the production process; usually smooth or with slight surface variations.

Textured surface: obtained in the same way as the natural finish, reproducing the shape of the mould.

Traditional honed surface: a mechanical manufacturing process that means we can obtain soft surfaces pleasant to the touch, sometimes the surface can have a glossy effect.

Bright honed surface: a mechanical manufacturing process that makes the tile surface brilliant, glossy and smooth.

Smooth honed surface: a mechanical manufacturing process resulting in a smooth and matt surface.

Satin surface: a mechanical manufacturing process applied to a textured surface that exalts its smoothness, giving it a waxing effect.

Polished surface: obtained via a strong mechanical action that removes parts of the tile surface making it glossy, reflecting and co-planar.

Anti-slip surface: surfaces designed to meet specific planning needs.

 

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