Linings and pavements from clinker tiles

Exceptional durability from ancient times to today

The technology of clinker production dates back to ancient times. The ancient Romans mastered the secrets of molding and firing clay to create a material of exceptional strength.

As a special material, clinker began to be produced in the Netherlands at the early 19th century and was initially used only for paving paths and sidewalks. Due to the unparalleled durability of the material, many old streets in European cities have retained their good appearance after over 150 years of use and still look freshly paved.

Clinker tiles are an environmentally clean material. They allow specialists to implement various architectural solutions, smoothly connection vertical and horizontal surfaces. In the case of cladding corners and other curved surfaces, there is no need for self-cutting of tile parts, which is not entirely safe and can lead to material loss. In terms of durability, this product surpasses most types of natural stone and is among the most resistant materials to a wide range of external influences such as mechanical, temperature, chemical and biological factors.

These tiles are characterized by their raw and coarse appearance, giving a more natural yet uniquely beautiful shade.

Clinker tiles come in two main types - glazed and unglazed. Unglazed clinker uses only natural components, without chemicals and colorants. As a result, it is highly resistant to light exposure and retains its color intensity.

TEMIRA Ltd. offers ISIKLAR clinker products and systems.

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