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H20: The new outdoor living concept

H20 is an innovative self-supporting outdoor flooring system designed by Ceramica Rondine. Suited for countless applications, from homes to public areas, it offers the highest degree of functionality, along with Made in Italy style and design. 
Easy and versatile to install, even by non specialized personnel, it can be laid dry on gravel or grass, cemented onto sub-floors, and installed as a raised surface on rigid supports made of recycled and recyclable plastic material.

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H20: 20 mm Gres in evolution

Ardesie


The raw power of rock shines through in all its vigour, in this new porcelain stoneware collection inspired by natural slate and characterised by a welcoming and exclusive feel.

Born from a mix of tradition, innovation and technical know-how, the new collection is available in a number of versatile formats for a variety of possible uses.

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Class


This new series is an extremely important project for Ceramica Rondine, as it comes from the skilful and masterly creativity of our technicians. Working with the rich and complex universe of natural stone and marble, they have managed to create a product which is unique and highly innovative in its beauty and distinctiveness.

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Greenwood 


All the style of oak wood meets the versatility of porcelain stoneware in the new Greenwood collection by Ceramica Rondine.
The new line features the nuanced effects characteristic of aged wood, in both classic colours and more modern shades designed to create space and a warm sensation, as well as the extraordinary practical, lasting performance of ceramics.

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Hard & Soft


Mountain chalets deep in the silence of nature; the hushed atmosphere of stunning alpine scenery, the scent of aged wood: these were the inspirations that led to this collection and its strong tactile and material appeal. Hard&Soft porcelain stoneware tiles are like wooden boards that depict the passing of time. 

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Volcano


Think of a tile able to bring a unique touch of character to any setting. A decoration and design element that’s the perfect partner for elegant, inviting living spaces. And there you have it: Volcano, the new collection by Ceramica Rondine.

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Emilia


Emilia, takes its name from the ancient Via Emilia founded more than 2000 years ago by the Roman consul Marco Emilio Lepido, and is the result of the union between thick porcelain stoneware, the classic shape of the block and the variety of colors and micaceous effects of the quartzite.

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Aurelia


Inspired by the ancient consular road from which it takes its name, the Aurelia series is born.
The innovative project of Ceramica Rondine dedicated to outdoor flooring, which recalls the classic “sampietrino” in porphyry, on a 60x60cm porcelain stoneware slab with a thickness of 2 cm. 

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H20 Benefits

Completely frost-resistant

Resistant to salt

Versatile

Resistant to temperature swings

Reacts very well to static electricity

Resistant to fire

Resistant to weather

No treatments required

Colors will not change over time

Non-slip (r11 a+b certified surface)

Easy to install

Interior/exterior coordination

Elegant, environmentally friendly

Removable for inspection

Impervious to mold, moss

Resistant to stains, acids and chemicals

Easy to clean, even with high-pressure systems

Resistant to scuffing and imprinting


H20 and the installation systems

H20 is an innovative self-supporting outdoor flooring system designed by Ceramica Rondine. 
Easy and versatile to install, even by non- specialized personnel, it can be laid dry on gravel or grass, cemented onto sub-floors, and installed as a raised surface on rigid supports made of recycled and recyclable plastic material.

Dry installation on gravel

Dry installation on gravel is simple on both the ground and on flat supports. When installing on the ground, we recommend using gravel or sand with a mixed granulometry of 0.5 to 8 mm, along with an underlying honeycomb bed and drainage layer before direct contact with the ground. Installation on a flat covering involves the use of separation layers between the gravel and the support.

Installation with adhesive

Installation with adhesive on a flat covering involves the use of separation layers between the gravel and the support, which include: grading screed, waterproofing layer, thermal insulation layer and separation mat.
NOTE: For best drainage of the walking surface, longitudinal/transverse or oblique gradients must be created by installing a layer of draining materials during leveling or compacting.

Dry installation on grass

Installation on grass involves placing 5-6 cm of sand between the ground and the tile. 
Care must be taken to excavate so that the height of installation is lowered, thus raising the level of grassy lawn slightly higher than that of the tiles, which will prevent contact between lawnmower blades and the edges of the tiles.
 

Raised installation on roofs

With raised installation on flat roofs, floating pavement can be built on fixed, adjustable spacing supports made of recycled and recyclable plastic material, which can be adjusted manually or with a height adjuster. Thanks to the raised supports, pavements can be built with gaps at different heights that provide ventilation to the lower layers, thus preventing mold and residual moisture, and enable the pavement systems to be arranged, maintained and modified with ease.