TAU Cerámica is reinventing itself and adapting architectural spaces to new lifestyles. ASCALE improves on the technical characteristics of high-end sintering by increasing the possibilities with its lightness and flexibility. ASCALE is a large format 320×160 cm slab, produced in three thicknesses of 6, 12 and 20 mm.
Private house in Bogotá Floor: Boreal Umber
Why use Ascale?
Ascale sinters offer optimal technical performance for any work surface, surpassing the aesthetic and practical value of any other material. In addition, the 6- and 12-mm-thick slabs feature fiberglass mesh reinforcement on the back, allowing the material to achieve maximum strength.
Kitchen island and countertop: Torano Statuario Furniture cladding: Grum Black
- Lightweight: minimum thickness of 6 mm for cladding and flooring, and 12 and 20 mm for countertops.
- European product: manufactured in the EU according to all quality standards.
- Waterproof: moisture absorption is less than 0.08%, does not absorb odors.
- Recycling: 70% of the materials used are recycled.
- Resistance: the material is resistant to high and low temperatures, UV rays and scratches.
- Hygienic: Easy to clean, does not react with cleaning products, prevents the growth of bacteria and fungi.
- Stain-resistant: Thanks to the technology used, the material is resistant to stains of all origins.
- 100% natural: all materials used are 100% natural in origin.
Private home in Colombia Kitchen island: Macchia Vecchia Gold Grill top: Cardoso Gray
Ascale sinters are ideal for countertops, furniture, cladding, etc. Ascale slabs can be customized according to the needs of the project. In the case of kitchens, the place most often chosen for sinters are kitchen countertops. The wide range of designs and colors allows for greater versatility and adaptation to any style: minimalism, bohemian, rustic, industrial....
Kitchen island: Belvedere Black Floor: Ducal Gold
Ascale sintered designs can be found all over the world. Spain, Poland, France, Portugal, USA, Canada, Colombia.... These are just some of the countries that are increasingly opting for Ascale sinters.
Kitchen island: Amazonite
For more information, visit the company's TIERA STONES page on the PdA portal.