Granito tiles: composition and production.
Grey or white Portland cement, marble powder, cement pigments, water, marble granulates and tainted glass chips. These components are mixed, poured into a mould and pressed. These tiles will air dry and harden. The last stage is polishing done in the factory, of the pigmented side of the tile, which will unveil the beauty of the mix.

Applicable standards
MOSAIC factory granito tiles are comparable to terrazzo tiles with fine chips (1 to 3 mm). The applicable standard is the UNE_EN 13748-1 (Terrazzo of interior use). The UPEC classification does not include this type of flooring.

Dimensional tolerance
Laboratory AIDICO, 2011
Difference between the 4 sides of the same tile: +/- 0.2 mm
Thickness difference on the same tile: +/- 0.5 mm
Average thickness of the colour layer 4mm: +/- 1 mm
Surface flatness: -0.2mm maximum.

Weight and packaging
The granito tiles have a thickness of 18 to 30 mm, depending on their size. They are packaged in cardboard boxes, separated by foam sheets. The boxes of tiles are delivered on a protected pallet.

Coefficient of friction
Laboratory AIDICO 2011 UNE-EN 12633
Result: Rd 23 - according to CTE tables - suitable for dry indoor areas with a slope <6ยบ

Abrasion resistance
Laboratory AIDICO, Spain, 2011, UNE-EN 13748-1: 05
Length of abrasive marks: 22 mm

Size, weight, packaging
Size in centimeters 20x20 Hexa 20x23 30x30 Hexa 25x29
Thickness 18mm 18mm 20mm 20mm
Number of tiles / m2 25 30 11,11 -
Weight / m2 without glue or grout 40 kg 40 kg 45 kg 45 kg
Number of tiles / box - - - -
The MOSAIC factory granito tile is more resistant to abrasion than marble.
Length of the mark left on the tile surface by a standardized abrasive pad
17 mm Granite
19 mm Ceramics
22 mm Granito MOSAIC factory
27 mm Marble, travertine
31 mm Slate