Conformity marks.

The CE marking.

Any ceramic tiles marketed in countries adhering to the European Economic Community must be branded with this mark.
The CE mark stands for “Conformité Européenne” and indicates that the product inside complies with the essential requirements stipulated by the relevant safety, public health and customer protection directives.

Conformity marks.


French certification NF-UPEC.
The French certification NF-UPEC is a product certificate that demonstrates the product complies with the requirements of French standards.

CCC mark.
Obligatory certification for exporting porcelain stoneware to China.


A warranty.

Safety products.

The Cooperativa Ceramica d’Imola tiles are produced with selected and particularly pure raw materials that are subject to the most modern extraction and control technologies. The high pressing force achieves, after heat treatment at over 1200°, a highly compact and resistant tile with an extremely low water absorption. During use, the ceramic surface has no harmful effects whatsoever. It is completely inert from a toxicological point of view and has no impact on the environment.
Cooperativa Ceramica d’Imola’s ceramic tiles are not affected by fire. They are not damaged from being exposed to flames and they limit the spreading and intensification of the flames. Cooperativa Ceramica d’Imola ceramic tiles do not allow the proliferation of bacteria and they are ideal for locations where the sterility conditions must be easily maintained. All waste material from the industrial production is inert and does not constitute a reactivity or resistance hazard from a chemical and thermal point of view. The waste can be disposed of in the environment without any risk or it can be reused to prepare other material (substrates, etc.). When cutting the tiles to lay them, we recommend using either a wet saw or a score-and-snap method. When laying tiles, avoid dry cutting them with electric power tools. Improper laying techniques may expose the installer to harmful dust.