Kablan Magnetic Porcelain
Kablan Magnetic Porcelain was formally developed in 2012, after noticing a desperate need for the construction industry to catch up to the 21st century. Their aim is to revolutionize the construction industry through materials.

About Kablan

Porcelain tiles have a wide array of benefits, from offering the highest scratch resistance, stain resistance, and water resistance of any flooring, to an almost endless array of styles, colours, sizes, and finishes. Unfortunately, their costly and disruptive installation often deters from their use. With Kablan Magnetic Porcelain‘s patented magnetic installation system, they have eliminated the mess, reduced the cost, and simplified maintenance, so you can comfortably use the most durable materials in your home without any of the drawbacks. You can use Magnetic Porcelain Tiles in your kitchen, bathroom, living room, dining room, bedroom, basement, or any other area in your home.

 

Kablan’s Porcelain Tiles are commercially rated, making them ideal for office buildings, retail locations, schools, restaurants, pools, and any other heavy-traffic area. They can be installed over concrete, plywood, OSB, and even raised floor panelling. All Magnetic Porcelain Tiles are 100% compatible with both electric and hydronic in-floor radiant heating. Their high slip-resistance, frost-resistance, and rectified edges allow them to be used in any application, with precision. They are the only commercially available porcelain tiles suitable or long term use without grout.

 

To ensure the highest quality and consistency, all of Kablan’s tiles are manufactured in-house, in their Ontario, Canada facility, utilizing the finest Italian porcelain and American magnetic materials.

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