Global Stone Station Porcelain Paving 600x600mm [Iron]

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Global Stone Station Porcelain Paving 600x600mm [Iron]Global Stone Station Porcelain Paving 600x600mm [Iron]Global Stone Station Porcelain Paving 600x600mm [Iron]
Global Stone Station Porcelain Paving 600x600mm [Iron]
Global Stone Station Porcelain Paving 600x600mm [Iron]
Global Stone Station Range is a low maintenance vitrified porcelain paving slab designed to give you a slate look. These 600 x 600 paving slabs have natural-looking veins and a riven textured surface. Station Iron is a subtle classic slate grey, delivering style, technical performance and ease of installation in one slab. 

£17.58

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Global Stone Station Porcelain Paving 600x600mm [Iron]

  • Sold per slab
  • Colour: Iron
  • Slab dimensions: 600 x 600mm
  • 20mm thickness
  • High performance porcelain paving
  • Lightweight yet very strong
  • Minimal maintenance and easy to clean

Frequently Asked Questions

Are there any disadvantages of porcelain paving?
Porcelain paving has a very low porosity and can be trickier to lay and require a different installation method compared to concrete or natural stone flags. A slurry primer applied to the back of the slab is required to increase adhesion and must be laid on a full mortar bed to prevent the slabs lifting or becoming loose. They can also be trickier to cut and more expensive per square metre compared to other materials. 

However, the long term benefits truly outweigh any initial setbacks as porcelain paving is very easy to clean and maintain, and is highly resistant to frost and algae.

Do I need a porcelain grout or can I use a normal cement mix?
When it comes to porcelain paving, it is always advised to use an external tile grout or jointing compound for porcelain paving. Not only are they water-resistant to prevent against algae growth, but they're also expertly designed to fit into those tight, narrow joints.

Do I need to seal porcelain paving?
Porcelain paving has very low porosity so as a general rule it does not require sealing.


Are porcelain tiles slippery when wet?
Generally speaking no, most outdoor porcelain paving on the market will carry an R11 anti slip rating, making them safe to use outdoors and around swimming pools.
While no material is completely slip proof, we advise to choose a porcelain paving with a rating of R11 or higher and with a textured surface to help keep the risk of slipping low.

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