Feruni Ceramiche Tiles | Basaltina
BASALTINA

Supreme versatility with the most exclusive material

BASALTINA

Basalt is a common igneous rock formed by rapid cooling of molten lava, found very near to the surface of the earth and moon. The appeal of basalt lies in its grey to dark tones, which rapidly weathers to brown or rusted hues due to its iron rich content.

TECHNICAL

SPECIFICATION

CATALOGUE

COLOUR

COLOUR FOR EVERY PRESENTATION

The lustrous grey and dark tones of Basalt, which are virtually impossible to preserve in their original hues, have been recreated with innovative technology while maintaining the exact feel and touch of the original material.

TRACHY BS01

MUGEARITE BS02

HAWAIITE BS03

Size: 600X600mm

Thickness: 9.3mm

Surface: Natural

Variation: V2

Application : Wall & Floor

Anti-slip finishing : R10

(BS01&BS02)

RM32.50 / pc
RM90.30/
RM35.90 / pc
RM99.70 /
RM18.50 / pc
RM102.80 /
RM16.90 / pc
RM93.90/

(BS01&BS02)

Size: 300X600mm

Thickness: 9.3mm

Surface: Natural

Variation: V2

Application : Wall & Floor

Anti-slip finishing : R10

(BS03)

(BS03)

 SURFACE ANALYSIS

 The surface is produced with a special technique that simulates a stretch bubble

frozen in place as the molten rock solidifies. Soft to the touch, the pure simplicity

of the surface lies in its matte finish that’s visually appealing.

2 sizes to multiply design creativity for modern architecture

BS23DTR

275x299mm

0.049m² / pc

RM26.50 / pc
RM532.15 / m²

BS21MCX

326x342mm

0.102m² / pc

RM60.50 / pc
RM594.90 / m²

Price is only applicable in West Malaysia.

Prices are subjected to change without prior notice.

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