RECTILINEARITY OF THE EDGES
Indicates if the sides of the ceramic tiles are straight.

REEDED STAIR TREAD
Part of a step with positive inserts.

RESISTANCE TO BENDING
Measures the capacity of the ceramic tile to bear static and dynamic loads. The higher this value in N/mm2, the more resistant the ceramic tile.

RESISTANCE TO SLIPPING
This is a safety characteristic which evaluates the friction coefficient between two surfaces. It is mainly expressed through 2 standards: DIN 51130 and DIN 51097.

RESISTANCE TO STAINS
Measures how easily the ceramic tiles become stained. This characteristic is especially important for polished tiles. Elements such as graphite, bright/dark coloured mortar and colour markers can irreversibly stain ceramic tiles.
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