Gres Air

Panel in porcelain Gres

14 mm (35⁄64”), 16 mm (5⁄8”), 17 mm (43⁄64)

3200×1600 mm (125-63⁄64”x62-63⁄64”), 3075×1540 mm (121-1⁄16”x60-5⁄8”)
3075×1040 mm (121-1⁄16”x40-15⁄16”)

Tinta Unita, Marmo, Legno, Cemento, Ossido, Geo, Pietra
Unicolor, Metallizzato, Vein

Panels and monolithic elements in Gres AIR

GammaStone AIR large size porcelain gres panel is a high technology product that fulfils all architectural designs as well as represents a fundamental element of furnishing. GammaStone uses only the highest quality porcelain gres made in Italy. GammaStone high quality porcelain gres is a compact ceramic paste, which is hard and coloured, obtained from the process of sintering at temperatures around 1200-1400°C, until reaching a non-porous and waterproof vitrification. Porcelain gres guarantees optimal resistance to scratches, wear and tear, UV rays, stains and moulds. Available sizes up to 3200×1500 mm and all subsizes obtained by cutting the standard ones. All GammaStone Gres AIR panels can be customizes following specific designer’s needs, see the “Working techniques” annex. The panel is composed of an ultraslim porcelain gres slab, a structural core inserted between two fibreglass mattings and a stainless steel plate having a thickness of 0,5 mm.

The unique ability of GammaStone to make special monolithic elements ready for installation have contributed to the indisputable worldwide success of GammaStone AIR panels. The result of huge investments in research & development, for cutting-edge solutions; a philosophy that leads to study and patent innovative construction systems. Our assemblies such as corners, gutters, ceilings, columns, beams, etc. are assembled entirely in ours laboratories and are installed with extreme simplicity through the most common hook systems. Our system allows us to create geometric, large and architectural elements surprising lightness, what is not possible with traditional products. All GammaStone AIR products have a real monolithic appearance and allow architects to create extremely complex elements without neglecting the attention to detail.




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