OUTER ANGLE
Ceramic tile to be used in conjunction with curved skirting on concave angles.

PERIPHERAL JOINTS
These are used at the junction between flooring and paving and walls. Save rare exceptions, a joint of at least 3 mm should be left between the last row of tiles and walls or vertical beams.
This joint includes the grouting. It can be ignored for work surfaces smaller than 7 m2.

 

POLISHED
Shiny surface due to a process of grinding using polishing grindstones, an identical process to that of natural stone. It causes a mirror effect. It is always rectified.

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.
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