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The Cromática 3.0 collection: “more than colour, colour with purpose”

Revigrés is a Portuguese company specialised in the production of ceramic wall and floor tiles. The company, which has “covered the world with stories, inspiration and art for 46 years”, will be exhibiting in Hall 36 on stand B28-C31 at this year’s Cersaie exhibition.

The company is present in 50 countries, collaborating closely and in partnership with professionals in the domestic and international markets, and is often chosen to participate in major works with unique projects.

Here, the company highlights the Sagrada Familia Basilica in Barcelona, for which it has developed exclusive colours of its Cromática collection, described as one of the most complete full-body porcelain wall and floor tile collections in the world.

Available in 30 colours, 10 sizes and three finishes, the 3rd edition of the collection, which will be presented at Cersaie, is, the company says: “adapted to the current context that aspires – and inspires – to design unique and sustainable environments, through technically advanced and differentiating ceramic solutions, focusing on sustainability”.

Aimed to align with a guiding principle of design and architecture – less is more – the collection introduces a palette reorganised into three sets of colours: neutral, warm and cool, in different degrees of luminosity and intensity.

Thirty colours are included to meet the needs of professionals and end customers’ preferences, including less saturated albeit more natural shades – with two new colours, Toffee and Lagoon – and more sustainable, durable and efficient materials, Revigrés says.

Revigrés’s tiles are “green”
The company says it operates according to a sound environmental policy supported by innovation and eco-efficient performance, as demonstrated by key environmental performance indicators.

In particular, the company highlights its recovery of 98% of waste resulting from the production process, incorporated directly into production and other manufacturing processes; the reuse of all industrial waste water; the use of recycled packaging; and the installation of a photovoltaic self-consumption plant that produces 20% of all energy used by the manufacturing units and helps to reduce CO2 emissions by 1,826 tons per year.

Ceramic floor and wall tiles are ideal for addressing environmental concerns owing to their high resistance and durability, and Revigrés is also investing in supplemental solutions aimed to help designers achieve their goals in this area.

For example, the references of the collections in its portfolio are available in the BIM Objects Library which designers and architects can use in interactive 3D models, with a view to designing, completing and maintaining buildings in a faster, more economical and sustainable manner.
Revigrés has also obtained Type III Environmental Product Declarations – according to the ISO 14025 and EN 15804 standards – which attest to the compliance of its porcelain tile collections with the requirements of several international building environmental certification systems, including BREEAM and LEED.

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