CHEMICAL FEATURES

  1. CHEMICAL FEATURES (ISO 10545-13 – ISO 10545-14)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    The resistance to chemical attack refers to the behaviour of the ceramic surface when exposed to aggressive chemicals which, due to their composition and chemical features, can corrode the ceramic surface and alter its technical and/or aesthetic performance.

     

    The resistance is divided into:

     

        • Resistance to household chemicals (ISO 10545-13)
        • Resistance to high-concentration acids and alkalis (ISO 10545-13)
        • Resistance to low-concentration acids and alkalis (ISO 10545-13)
        • Resistance to staining (ISO 10545-14)

     

    Thanks to its surface compactness (as for FULL-BODY COLOURED AND TECHNICAL PORCELAIN STONEWARE collections) and to the use of glazes that are able to resist to the attack from aggressive chemicals (as for GLAZED PORCELAIN STONEWARE collections) ATLAS CONCORDE porcelain stoneware features high chemical inertia, except for HYDROFLUORIC ACID and ITS DERIVATIVES that affect any kind of ceramic material.

  2. RESISTANCE TO CHEMICAL ATTACK

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  3. RESISTANCE TO STAINING ÍÌҪËÜÄÓÁÀÈÉÏÖöäüŽĆŠČí³áʲ ÑÜ

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