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Lioli Ceramica Introduces a Multi-Purpose Porcelain Slab

By: Intern

Lioli Ceramica has introduced its latest TechnoSLAB  product “Mountain Tortora” under the Mountain series. This newly launched dark brown porcelain slab features a beautiful brown mountain ranges on the flat surface. The porcelain slab is 6 mm thick, 4 ft. x 8 ft. (1200 mm x 2400 mm). It comes in matte finish and the product is low on maintenance, extremely sturdy and yet lightweight.
The subtle mounting pattern on the product lends depth and tranquillity to contemporary living spaces. Ideal for interior and exterior cladding applications, Mountain Tortora is a multi-purpose product that can be used in flooring and countertop applications as well.

The Mountain Tortora is a new age porcelain product that is 10-times harder than marble but light in weight, making it easy in handling. Hygienic, non-porous, scratch resistant, and fire-resistant, the product checks against all the desired qualities. The TechnoSLAB is a range of porcelain slabs manufactured using state-of-theart technology that encompasses all the qualities required for great aesthetics and longevity in function.

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