Ragno fine porcelain is a ceramic covering whose mass is very compact and uniform and covers the entire thickness of the ceramic slab. The porcelain production process starts with the mixing of carefully selected choice raw materials to create a body mix which is then pressed, dried and finally fired in kilns. The firing cycle takes place at high temperatures to achieve an outstanding degree of vitrification, making the product harder and more resistant to wear.
Ragno porcelain can also be glazed. In this case, it is coated with a layer of a vitreous material with potential for an infinite number of colours and surface decorations, making the porcelain easy to clean and very suitable for indoor surfaces, and for outdoor areas such as terraces and balconies.