Colorstuk n is available in more than 15 colours, which are able to be matched with any type of floor and wall tile: mosaics, ceramic tiles, natural stone, etc.
We are dealing with bonding and grouting material in a very fine finish (type CG 2 WA according to EN 13888) which provides people with benefits such as easy application and cleaning.
Butech, the company specialised in building solutions from PORCELANOSA Grupo offers an excellent bonding and grouting material in its extensive installation materials catalogue with Colorstuk especial n. We are dealing with a coloured mono-component cement mortar whose function is to fill in the joints from 0mm to 4mm. This innovative material’s very fine finish is categorised type CG 2 WA according to EN 13888. It consists of a formulation of extra-slim aggregates which make it the perfect material for rectified ceramic with enamel, which is sensitive to scratches and minimal joint installation, where the objective is visual continuity through imperceptible joints.
It is suitable for outdoor atmospheres thanks to its high resistance to high temperatures, UV radiation and atmospheric factors, namely frost. Among its technical benefits, it is worth highlighting its easy installation and maintenance, which results in a significant time saving.
Models for floor and wall tiles
Colorstuk especial n is nothing but pure versatility, since it offers more than 15 tones which have been designed to provide solutions for the aesthetic of any type of floor tile or wall tile. Different building materials can be applied, namely: ceramic tiles, natural stone, mosaics and agglomerated marble. Furthermore, it is a product partner of the PAR-KER and Starwood ceramic parquet collections from PORCELANOSA Grupo, since a large part of the tones are inspired by natural wood. Its colour range includes 16 colours, which are: dark, moka, nacare, vainilla, white, graphite, ash, beech, oak, honey, doussie, antracita, elm, wenge, maple and iroko.
Its colour range includes 16 colours, which are:
Nuances, along with contrasts, which allow for architecture and interior design professionals to create different compositions full of magnificent quality and durability.