DURATECH XT - A sturdy innovation by KAJARIA

Duratech XT by Kajaria

Kajaria launches Duratech XT heavy Duty Outdoor Vitrified Tiles (60x60cm) / 12mm thick. These can be safely used in all internal and external spaces that are exposed to high load and pedestrian traffic. They are a flawless blend of elegance and durability. Maintaining all the vital parameters such as surface hardness (Moh), water absorption, breaking strength (Mor), load-bearing capacity, etc.

Some of the main features that make these tiles a practical and stylish outdoor flooring option:

  • Skid Resistance

  • High UV Resistance

  • Resistance to Scatches

The application base of the Duratech XT series is wide, and every design is a true reflection of art. They can be safely used in areas such as pedestrian traffic areas, vehicular movement areas, terraces, sit-out areas, balconies, swimming pools, sidewalks, roof sunbathing areas, verandas, seaside, beach, airportmetros, train stations, industrial buildings, parking lots, underpasses, villa gardens, educational buildings, etc.

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