Praktika is the series of single layer floor tiles for traditional laying, obtained by compressing a mixture of marble and/or quartz chips, marble powder and white 525 cement, without resins and similar substances. Praktika tiles are extremely resistant and suitable for heavy stressed surfaces. The reduced thickness, exceptional flatness and size uniformity make them ideal for laying with glue, besides the traditional method with fresh mortar.
What does Praktika look like?
Praktika tiles are produced in a 60x60, 30x60, 40x40, 30x30 cm size and they are proposed with two different surface finishes : matt or brushed. Furthermore, it is always possible to grind the floor after laying it, enhancing the beauty and practicality of this material. The wide range of colours offers both the classic combinations and original chromatic combinations suitable for modern design in order to respond to all the needs of design and aesthetics.
Why laying a floor with Praktika?
Praktika are single-layer tiles produced by means of a very high compression process. This technique gives special properties such as compactness and resistance, in addition to a notable saving in transport and installation costs. The low porosity ensures easy cleaning and maintenance and makes the material suitable for the widest range of uses.
Materials and colors of the Praktica series
Praktica is perfectly suitable for any type of design or architecture, classic or modern, because of the different types of coverings that it offers.
LE PIETRE series (The Stones)
The use of micro inert of quartz, 5.25 best quality white cement and mineral-based dyes, provide a product characterized by extreme hardness, compactness and an appearance similar to that of natural stones.
The special significantly satinated surface treatment returns nice tactile sensations perfectly integrating with the visual perception of the product naturalness. The product is related to the well-known Monotile Trading Srl. production philosophy supporting the use of wholly natural and recyclable materials agreeing with the standards of green building and environmental protection.
I MARMI series (The Marbles)
The use of marble chips in different colors and sizes, accurately examined and selected, all put together with 5.25 quality white cement. The different colors and sizes of the marble chips take us through the history of the flooring, from the bigger particles typical of Venetian layings used in ancient times to the thin marble chips that characterize modern architecture.
The colors in the pictures and the samples or counter samples provided, are to be considered merely descriptive and are not binding for sales.
Slightly different structures and colors are caused by the natural source of the products used and cannot be reason of objection.