The requirements of individual users are extremely varied, with companies drawn from the meat, fish, dairy products, fruit and vegetable processing industries, supermarkets, bakeries, as well as car repair workshops, vehicle washing facilities, warehouses, railway stations and shopping centres.
These specifications are laid down in the form of laws, directives and guidelines regulating.
Examples include hygienic conditions, surfaces that are easy to clean, high load-bearing capacity, extremely low water absorption, resistance to acids, alkali, fats and oils, to name only a few.
With the High Traffic Zahna you receive a vitrified stoneware tile tailored precisely to meet your requirements, in the formats 15x15, 20x20, 25x25, 30x30 and 10x20.
The "Historic" collection, which is available in 12 historical colours, can be ordered in the classical Jugendstil tile formats with different shape and surface structures. This guarantees that the historical flooring has a varied design.
Thanks to implementing innovative production processes, it is also possible to deliver unglazed tiles with the ceramic "Kerasiegel" surface finish. Tiles with a ceramic surface sealing are especially easy to clean. In addition to that, the value of the flooring is even further enhanced due to the elegant silk-matt lustre and the more intensive colour effect.
Tiles available for downloading to create your own layout plans.
Our Resistant range tiles have been developed for the creation of chemical resistant flooring using the vibratory procedure. They are distinguished by their excellent optical and hygienic characteristics:
The tiles are made from 18.5 mm thick dry-pressed ceramic fine stoneware, as per DIN EN 14411.
The reverse sides of the tiles have a profile, with a consequent improvement in adhesion.
The tiles may be laid in abutting form, using the vibratory method, with their geometric shape providing a clean jointing appearance.
The external shape of the tiles is that of a pyramid frustum, ensuring an uninterrupted, even joint with defined width.
The uninterrupted joint is an aid to the durability of the grouting material.
The special design of the central area of the flanks of the tile creates an open channel on the underside of the tile to the opposite side. This aids the ventilation of the grouting and base and supports the closure of grouting and base.
The geometry of the pyramid frustum provides good laying characteristics, as it eliminates the risk of laying tiles on protrusions, and consequently that tiles that have already been laid do not rock.
Tiles with profiled surfaces are offered where the anti-slip groups R11 to R13 are requested.
Zahna Fliesen GmbH manufactures tiles in hexagonal formats (100 x 115 mm), 150 x 150 mm, 15 x 15 und 10 x 20.
Slipping, stumbling and falling are the most common causes of accidents in the workplace and in the domestic environment.
For this reason, secure floor coverings are a basic prerequisite for successful accident prevention.
Walking on tiled floors without risk requires that a specific degree of frictional value exists between shoe and floor.
Slippery media, as are to be found in many areas, have a negative influence upon the friction conditions.
In DIN 51130 (specifications for anti-slip characteristics for working areas and working spaces with increased risk of slipping) particular attention is paid to the R values for walking on flooring with footwear.
The higher the inclination of the respective assessment group, the higher the permissible critical values of the floor covering.
Assessment group R 9 is therefore the group for the area subject to the lowest load level, R13 the assessment group for the area with the highest load to bear.
Our vitrified stoneware tiles ensure that you are always on the safe side.