Manufactured by Cotto D’Este, Kerlite has totally revolutionised the industry.
A ceramic product that is totally sustainable, all in a thickness of only 3 mm. The extremely thin structure, (available in extra large sizes which were inconceivable until recently) and perfect flatness are obtained by an exclusive production technology, which offers this ultrathin slab a high degree of elasticity and an unequalled resistance.
Its thin profile means Kerlite can be installed directly over existing wall or floor coverings (wood, tiles, cement or ceramics) saving time and money.
Kerlite resists frost and does not absorb odours or liquids. It’s easy to clean and is lighter than ceramic tiles and conventional ceramics. Architects and designers have chosen it to create highly original solutions all over the world. Kerlite, also available in the Plus version.
Below short video on how to install Kerlite.
Kerlite Vanity is a collection of ceramic surfaces that feature the beauty of the most elegant, minimalist forms of marble. Subtle patterns, light veins and soft shading make up the designs of this collection, which has taken its inspiration from the stone used in the most inspiring examples of classical culture. As with an Italian Renaissance sculpture, Cotto d’Este searched for the finest marbles and surfaces, making the veins a subtle feature of the large thin slabs. Vanity is part of the PROTECT line of products: antimicrobial floor and wall tiles, designed for healthy, safe and protected living spaces.
The Woodland collection comes as planks that look extremely realistic. They are available in either a textured finish or a soft finish. As a Kerlite 6plus product, this stylish yet organic tile is 6.5mm thick and backed with fiberglass mesh, making them ideal for walls or floors, particularly for renovations over an established surface.
Kerlite Pietra d’Iseo
Pietra d’Iseo is inspired by the typical Lombard stone, the Ceppo di Grè, used to build the palaces, villas and monuments of the city of Milan. The surface of this stone, with its irregular design and tone-on-tone grey, adds character and, at the same time, a sense of refinement to any environment. Kerlite Pietra d’Iseo is part of the PROTECT line of products: antimicrobial floor and wall tiles, designed for healthy, safe and protected living spaces.
It’s thought of as an urban skin: Kerlite Over – a line especially designed for new architectural surfaces. The inspiration of this series is industrial environments made of concrete, reinterpreted by means of a ceramic product of considerable quality, both in terms of composition and processing technique, technical performance and aesthetics. Four colours are offered, all with a contemporary touch. Available in Kerlite Plus, the Over series is the result of exceptional technology.
The new 5.5 mm thickness of Kerlite Plus has expanded the technical and aesthetic potential of Kerlite. New uses and new finishes are now possible. With its fibreglass mesh reinforcement, Kerlite Plus is even more resistant, even more easy and safe to handle. Even more Kerlite. The Materica range is a concrete-look tile in eight beautiful colours, ranging from white to black and encompassing greys and earth tones. It is modern, stylish and oh so practical, and protected by Microban® antibacterial technology.
Kerlite Metal creates an absolutely unprecedented effect. You will be blown away by the look and lustre of these metallic plates – 3mx1 ceramic porcelain in Kerlite plus. Ideal for exterior facades and contemporary settings, Kerlite Metal makes a statement that no-one can miss in either a commercial or domestic environment. Treated with Microban technology.
Kerlite Slabs like a blank canvas on which Cotto D’Este have painted beauty and elegance. For the first time artistic wall decoration meets ultra thin ceramic porcelain tile. Fabulous decorations with great texture and elegant design, printed using a new and exclusive technology which achieves very high quality aesthetic and chromatic results, far superior to those achieved by the standard technology used in the ceramic industry.