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TTA Awards - Floor Tile of the Year Parkside Kaste01

April 2019

What makes this collection so different from anything else on the market is that Kaste01 is available as a shower tray fashioned from the same material as concrete effect tiles.  These are used on both the floor and walls, as well as an outdoor tile and step option, and this enables a cohesive flow between the floor and shower tray or indoors and outdoors.  Exclusive to Parkside in the UK, Kaste01 is available in four contemporary grey toned colours – concrete, basalt, grit and cement – various standard and bespoke sizes meaning a world of design combinations.

Highly versatile, Kaste01 is offered in a range of standard sizes, with selected lines available in stock for immediate dispatch.  The shower tray tile is sized 900 by 900mm and can be combined with a variety of different sized tiles. The Kaste01 step is available in two different widths, 900mm or 700mm. Parkside’s bespoke water jet cutting service extends the range of size options available to include smaller squares, octagons, diamonds and rectangles enabling the design and creation of original one-off installations.

These slip resistant tiles are suitable for use in wet areas and have a pendulum rating of 36+. The indoor Kaste01 porcelain tiles are available in a standard 10mm thickness with a heavy-duty indoor version offered in the 600 by 600mm tile in either 12mm or 14mm thickness, ideal for commercial areas with high footfall.

Outdoor projects can be completed using Kaste01’s lightweight 40mm thick outdoor porcelain slabs, available in two different sizes: 900 by 900mm and 600 by 600mm.

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