Block 2.0. The strength of beauty
Block 2.0 is a product that stands out for its great technical characteristics: extremely resistant and hard wearing, it was designed to meet the highest standards, without compromising on the beauty of its appearance.
Designed for the most demanding floors, Block 2.0 is ideal for industrial ceramic use.
Block 2.0 deserves some very special attention.
Outdoor paving with great performance
Roads, large pedestrian areas, car parks, hotel entrances, public parks, and many more besides.
Outdoor paving for private homes which satisfies both the need to create liveable and harmonious outdoor spaces and that of laying material with high performance.
Sizes and colours of the block 2.0 collection
The Block 2.0 collection, comes in sizes 20×20 and 20×30, and has been extended to include the colours Cotto, Porfido, Silver White, in addition to those already in the collection, Namur, Bruges, Gent.
The choice of including new colours is due to the desire to offer different types of materials. In addition to the stone effect, customers can also choose porcelain stoneware with slate, terracotta and porphyry effect.
Maximum strength. High visual performance.
Born from the Kronos Ceramiche philosophy, Block 2.0 interprets the typical care for material with the attention to detail, without neglecting the technical aspects and performance this ceramic product for industrial flooring can assure.
With its small size and rounded shape, Block 2.0 is the strongest and highest performing product on the market in terms of bending, compression and rolling.
Compression Because it ensures a uniform distribution of heavy loads on the floor.
Bending The material bends less as the weight is distributed across the whole surface.
Rolling Because the force of impact is reduced by the rounded shape.
Why is it important to measure the strength of ceramic tiles?
The first reason for measuring the strength of a porcelain stoneware product is to assess the performance of the tile in relation of statutory requirements and above all considering the intended use.
The second reason is to do with design and process control.
Measuring strength is important to assess the success of the porcelain stoneware end product, its porosity and ability to absorb water or not.
The lower the porosity the greater the tile mass compaction and the greater the flexural strength which reduces as the porosity increases.
Reducing the porosity increases the full section of the tile, which combats bending stress.
Comparative test of bending strength of porcelain stoneware Standard UNI EN ISO 10545.4
Block 2.0. Summary data sheet
Collezion: Block 2.0
Material: Porcelain stoneware
Formati: 20,2×20,2 e 20,2×30,4
Colori: Namur, Bruges, Gent.
New colours: Cotto, Porfido, Silver White.
Product suited for: industrial paving including roads, large pedestrian areas, car parks, hotel halls, public parks and generally areas subject to heavy traffic, as well as for outdoor paving for private homes.
Technical characteristics: product with great strength and visual performance
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Mechanical strength of ceramic tiles
To know what it is, why it is important to take into account and know how to measure it, you can read our study.