Porcelain stoneware is a special compact ceramic. When observing a tile made of porcelain stoneware, the two component parts, i.e., the substrate and the glazed part, are easily identifiable. While the first serves to confer that particular resistance, typical of stoneware, the second, on the other hand, guarantees the aesthetic value. Both elements, however, constitute a single, compact piece, a homogeneous mass.

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