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3D DURASTONE™

09/09/2014

3D DURASTONE™ Tile won the award for Best Manufacturer/Wholesale Tile Product

3D DURASTONE™ Tile is the world’s first unglazed and full body 3D porcelain tile. It is a rectified product, available in a natural finish and 900 x 300mm format. Available in 4 natural colours – Ash Grey, Crema Luna, Latte & Steel Grey, 2 designs consisting of 3D Ispring and 3D Bloom in a continuous pattern designs.

3D DURASTONE™ Tile is unique in design, very durable, suitable for interior and exterior wall applications, easy to care & maintenance.   Ideal for kitchen splash backs, bathroom walls, entry/foyer walls and façade/cladding, pool feature and alfresco feature walls.

3D DURASTONE™ Tile won the award for Best Manufacturer/Wholesaler Tile Product at Designex in May 2014. The award was issued by the ATC NSW acknowledging this product for cutting edge design and innovation.                                                                       

3D DURASTONE™ Tile is an environmentally friendly product truly an eco friendly tile made from approximately 15% of recycled material. Reduce, reuse and recycle techniques are used through the double loading production process which consists of two very distinctive layers of clay, pressed together and fired at a high temperature to form one solid full body porcelain tile. The thin top layer makes up the true colour and surface finish of the tile, requiring fewer colour pigment additives. The remaining body of the tile is made from natural clay, allowing recycled or broken tiles to be added to the mix.