Ceramic is one of the most widely used materials in floor and wall tiles, and not only today; it has also been used for centuries by various major civilizations. In addition to its enormous strength and durability, ceramic is one of the safest materials to use to guarantee hygiene within an environment.
One of the main actions taken and recommended by the authorities to minimise the spread of Covid-19 is the disinfection of spaces with chemicals that impact treated coating materials. But do all coating materials resist intensive disinfection to an equal extent?
There are various levelling systems on the market that help to facilitate the levelling and correct installation of ceramic tiles, thus avoiding the dreaded "ridges", i.e. small unevennesses between tiles. At Keraben Grupo we have made a guide containing general recommendations for the proper use of ceramic tile levelling systems available to our network of distributors and installers, taking into account the differences between the systems.
The world changed with the arrival of Covid-19. One of the most important transformations has affected the relationship that we have with our homes, and the way that we live in them.
Keraben Grupo has released a new video summarising the main characteristics of its Antislip Shoeless finish.
Keraben presents the 360º virtual tour of its showroom in Nules (Castellón), a space covering over 1,000 m2 where the firm is showing its latest innovations, which you can now enjoy from home.
Keraben Grupo presents its "Easy Cleaning" brochure, a document that highlights the easy cleaning certification through a stain resistance test, in accordance with UNE EN ISO 10545-14.
Once you have finished installing the ceramic tiles, it is time for the cleaning. This is no small task. If you take too long to remove certain residues, or don't do it properly, they may leave stubborn stains and ruin the final result. It is also important to know how to take care of the tiles properly to keep them in optimum condition.
The company has managed to reduce its carbon footprint by 27,3% over the past 7 years.