Technical Area



It is the flattest, cleanest and most perfect mosaic in the market. Its joints are only 2 mm wide, letting the mosaic assume the main role.


Easy to clean and totally hygienic and anti-allergenic, these mosaics do not absorb any humidity, preventing the growth of fungi and bacteria.


Easy to install and virtually maintenance-free.


The tiles are specially designed to walk over them barefoot. Edges and corners are carefully treated to eliminate any risk of cuts or abrasion.


The company offers an endless combination of colours, textures, formats and finishes. A choice of over 200 options.


It is a non-porous material with 0% absorption, resistant to chemical agents and totally unalterable over time.


The size of the tiles allows a perfect fit to any surface, flat or curved, guaranteeing excellent and lasting results.


It is an ecological and environmentally friendly material.


It offers non-slip finish (A3) and complies with current safety regulations verified through technical testing by internationally recognised laboratories.


Create “a la carte” designs. Customised products though the personalisation service Art Factory Hisbalit. A 100% handcrafted product.


Formats, finishes, adhesion methods and key of specification icons used to mark Hisbalit products.

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Technical specifications

De los materiales: Normas de ensayo y resultados obtenidos por los Of the materials: Demanded requirements and results responded by HISBALIT materials to the various resistance tests.

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Non-slip finishes

Safety for risk of falls: How the slip resistance of materials is regulated and how choose the correct finish according to applicable standards.

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Packing list

Packaging specifications and supply characteristics of HISBALIT products.
Measures, quantities, weights, dimentions in sqrd. meters.

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Installation instructions

Materials, HISBALIT installation service and the step-by-step for the correct installation of our mosaics.

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Answers to all doubts and questions concerning the Hisbalit mosaics.

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