Ceramic stoneware is obtained by sintering ceramic clays, feldspars, kaolin clays and sand. These raw materials are first ground then finely atomised until they become a powder with an even particle size suitable for pressing. Sintering is a process that also occurs in nature when a mineral source produces chemical sediment deposits. For industrial production, an accelerated version of this metamorphous process is reproduced at a high temperature.
Porcelain stoneware has a warm and natural soul. With their reinforced aluminium frames, our fronts are light, sturdy and very stable, even under stress. Thanks to its hardness, this material resists abrasions, heat and scratches. It's also hygienic and easy to clean. These characteristics make porcelain stoneware a material that is particularly suitable for the kitchen.