As fast as your business: Ceramic tiles for dry installation.
Time is one of the most valuable resources available; ceramic tiles are among the most sustainable floor coverings. Whether in shop fitting, catering, the hotel trade or administration: DryTile by AGROB BUCHTAL enables the installation of a high-quality floor with all of the advantages of ceramic – and within record time. With a cork layer on the back, thereby dispensing with adhesive altogether, DryTile can be laid up to 8 times faster. This saves time, reduces closing times and optimises installation processes.
One unique feature of DryTile is its specially-developed cork layer based on polyolefins. Free of PVC, chlorine and plasticizers, and even suitable for contact with food, it is generated thermally from a cork granulate under constant pressure and applied permanently to the back of the tile in a special process. This ensures that the tile is firmly suctioned to the floor. No mortar bed, no adhesive. We refer to this system as dry tiling.
The principle is ingeniously simple: the tile’s inherent weight presses the cork layer onto the substrate where it adheres, vacuum-like, and guarantees that everything stays firmly in place. Enhanced by decoupling in the case of floating installation, cork also ensures improved impact sound insulation.
It goes without saying that the DryTile system also offers all of the advantages of ceramic tiles when compared to other floorings such as laminate or vinyl: they are absolutely light-fast, UV-resistant and odour-neutral; heavy furniture does not leave any pressure marks; they are non-flammable as well as being impervious to heat. These features make DryTile an ideal system for shop fitting, car showrooms, offices, hotels, museums, commercial buildings, schools and restaurants.
DryTile consulting and installation are provided exclusively by certified partners. Enabling us to guarantee the quality of installation and system function.
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The DryTile system consists of ceramic tiles with a layer of cork on the reverse side and a system joint.