Nero Porcellano Porcelain Tiles & Outdoor Pavers


Description As black as a starless night. As black as coal. As black as our dearly departed Black Granite. Able to strike a stylish and powerful statement along any pool edge. Brooding and bold, dominant and dynamic. All hail Nero’s potency!!
Why choose Nero Porcellano? Nero Porcellano tiles are hard, dense and durable, making them very resistant to staining. The non-slip surface finish on the tiles makes them ideal for use around swimming pools. The tiles are accurately sized, they cut well and are easy to lay. Nero Porcellano is ideal for projects requiring a contemporary look with minimal colour variation. Nero Porcellano is hotter underfoot compared to lighter coloured tiles. This product is best suited for use in shaded areas.
Maintenance Minimal maintenance is required. Porcelain’s dense surface absorbs very little moisture, so spills that might seep into another material and cause a stain can easily be wiped up with a damp cloth. Nero Porcellano generally only needs to be swept and cleaned with water or a mild detergent regularly. It is the perfect material for those who want good looks with very little effort.
Relative Pricing Mid range – higher than Himalayan Quartz and concrete. Similar to Light Grey and Dark Grey Granite. Cheaper than Black Granite or Basalt.
Stocked Tile Sizes 400 x 400 x 20mm, 600 x 600 x 20mm, 600 x 298 x 20mm (cut down to size at our factory, please check production lead time at time of order placement)
Matching Pieces Coping - Bullnose, Square edge, Mitred Rebated Edge Single, Mitred Rebated Edge Double, Skimmer Lids. Please check production lead time at the time of ordering. We cut down to size and edge on an order by order basis.
AvailabilityIn Stock
Slip Rating (Wet Pendulum) A P5 (V) pendulum classification, (AS 4586) “New surfaces” is the highest wet pendulum classification available under the current standards. For pool surrounds, a minimum of P4 is required.



Disclaimer: Both thickness and dimensions may vary up to +/- 1mm. Therefore, tiles may have to be graded accordingly.


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