Wall tiles

"Ceramic tiles are made from clay compositions and other inorganic raw materials. They are ground and/or slipped, moulded and subsequently dried and fired at temperatures from 1000°C/1830°F to 1250°C/2280°F to make them acquire the required properties in a stable way.

Any ceramic tile is suitable for walls, bbut those specifically made, high-glossed and decorated are most commonly used. Wall tiles have a very soft glaze and porous body and therefore should never be used on floors or for outdoor applications."

Completely inert product with sealed surface
No fading, stains, no sealing required - easy to clean
Surfaces with ceramic tiles are antimicrobia and antibacterial preventing the spread of bacteria, virus and germes.
Ceramic tiles, especially porcelain tiles are the most durable flooring options with no maintenance.
Tile decorated with Durst Gamma XD are not distinguishable from natural products