An important patent for KERLITE EASY, the innovative laying technique for ultra-thin slabs

Panariagroup and Cotto d'Este along with it confirm themselves as pioneers of innovation and sustainability, earning a patent that recognises the Group's ability to develop valuable and long-lasting solutions.


After the prestigious recognition that allowed Kerlite Easy to enter the 2021 edition of the Adi Design Index, the dry-laying system for large slabs now reaches a new and very important milestone.


The Italian Patent and Trademark Office has acknowledged the invention of KERLITE EASY© as the first certified dry lay system for all kinds of flooring solutions made with ultra-thin, fiberglass-reinforced products. The innovative element of the solution consists in having identified and industrialised a flexible and innovative method for installing porcelain stoneware flooring that avoids the use of chemical products and/or glues as binding agents, while at the same time demonstrating a focus on sustainability and the product’s installation efficiency, thanks to the use of the SILENT mat and the FILLER sealant which ensure the utmost durability and stability of the surface.


The true innovation lies in the use of a new system that drastically reduces the time that it takes to install and/or uninstall the product so that the Kerlite slabs can be reused, thus optimizing one’s investment.

In fact, KERLITE EASY© makes it possible to clad and renovate spaces without demolishing floors, as it can be laid on pre-existing surfaces and is therefore positioned as a unique laying method.

Best of all, KERLITE EASY© is installed without adhesive, thus cutting down on the use of chemicals, and its exclusive use with ultra-thin sheets, with a minimum thickness of only 5.5 mm, reinforced with fiberglass makes it stronger than any other traditional laying system.


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