Superior finishes

The top finish has the function of completing the panel from an aesthetic point of view, both in relation to the needs of the user or the intended use and to contribute to the achievement of mechanical, chemical, physical, well-being and safety performances.

The types available are the following:


Flat sheets consisting of a support layer formed by:
- sheet of decorative paper impregnated with melamine resin,
- various sheets of kraft paper impregnated with phenolic resin,
- Overlay sheet of pure cellulose impregnated with melamine resin.
Widely used in CEDs, in paintings rooms, laboratories and in all those environments where they are required, regardless of the sound absorption: ease of cleaning and maintenance and usury resistance.


It is a product based on polyvinyl chloride (P.V.C.) combined with pasteurizers, stabilizers, inert fillers and colored pigments. Used especially for medium traffic offices, it has a good resistance to acids and is easy to clean. It can be antistatic or conductive.


It is produced with natural raw materials such as linseed oil, tree resins, wood powders, limestone powders, colored pigments, cork, cork powders and calendered on a jute support.


This floor consists of two layers of natural and synthetic rubber, mineral fillers and colored pigments.

Fitted carpet

It consists of synthetic fibers of different diameters, compacted for continuous needling and coupled with a supporting base layer (70% polyamide and 30% polyester).

The characteristic feature of the carpet is without doubt the sound absorption, which for the application on raised floors is particularly important.
On the other hand, the difficulty of cleaning and durability over time limit its areas of use. The recommended typologies are the needled that are more "techniques" of the bouclé or similar. In this context, the self-fixing solution represents an advantageous possibility for a restoration over time.


For application on raised floors, the parquet is glued either on wood conglomerate panels or on those of calcium sulphate. Different essences and geometries are available.

All pre-finished parquet floors have a usury layer made in the factory with special high-strength transparent coatings.
Wood is par excellence a living material and therefore subject to dimensional and color variations (oxidation) as environmental conditions change. It is important to maintain relative humidity in the environment between 40 and 60% to avoid deformation. The parquet is particularly suitable for low traffic directional environments.

Stone materials

Technologically advanced, the porcelain stoneware is a single homogeneous mixture, with unglazed surface, obtained by pressing. Cooked up to incipient vitrification of the mixture, it is made up of clays with silica and feldspar.
The result is a stronger and more durable ceramic product of natural granite and marble, characterized by both aesthetic and exceptional quality values: maximum hardness, impact resistance, deep abrasion, chemical attack, frost and distinguished by a very low water absorption.
Porcelain stoneware has a homogeneous color and composition, between the surface and the inside, producing positive effects both on the performance and on the durability of the coated surface: the removal of the surface layer due to use, in fact, brings out a surface identical to the previous one, without consequences on the aesthetic and functional characteristics of the coating.
Any kind of dirt is eliminated with simple and rapid cleaning operations.
The surfaces can be natural, semi-polished or polished, or with relief treads, or "structured", with an appearance reminiscent of natural stone. The porcelain stoneware used for the covering of modular panels of the raised floor is produced in 30 × 30 and 60 × 60 cm sizes.