Ceramic tiles with cork at bottom side


Listed by applicability


Recreation and Culture: Banks, Museums, Sales Areas, Concert Halls, Places of Assembly, Cinemas and Theatres, Shopping Centres
Workplace: Assembly Rooms, Common Rooms, Facilities for Meetings, Conventions and Conferences, Broadcasting Rooms, Television Studios, Offices, Stage and Studio Rooms
Education: Library Rooms, School, School of Higher Education, Research Rooms
Public Institutions: Court Houses, Government Buildings
Public Areas: Entrance Areas, Escape Routes
Transport: Airports, Subways and Tunnels, Train Stations
Hotels and Gastronomy: Hotels and Resorts, Restaurants and Canteens
Healthcare: Clinics and Hospitals


Hygiene: Antibacterially disinfectable, Cleanable by vacuuming, Virucide disinfectable, Wipeable
Statics: Seismic Safety, Walkability, Heavy-Duty Loads
Design: Varnish, Wood, Perforation
Climatic Regulation: Air Permeability, Ventilation, Heating and Cooling
Safety Technology: Electrostatics, Intruder Protection, Radiation Protection
Corrosion Protection: Interiors
Sustainability: Environmental Product Declaration
Fire Protection: Fire Behaviour / Building Material Class

Technical Data




Product description

DryTile is a highly effective laying method for ceramic surfaces which enables a dust-free laying of tiles. They can be used immediately on a smooth surface, ideally FLOOR and more® dry hollow floor. Only 12 to 24 hours after tiling and jointing, the surface is ready to carry loads.

A layer of cork is applied to stone panels or ceramic tiles of all sizes at the factory creating a dry tile. Primer and adhesive are replaced by the cork layer on the reverse side and therefore DryTile can be laid up to eight times faster. Closing times are reduced and construction processes are optimised. The cork also acts as an effectively acoustic decoupling from the underground. Furthermore, a circumferential tile edge ensures the predefined alignment of the panels to a joint width of 3 mm.

DryTile offers extremely quick installation without waiting times and a very high area efficiency. At the same time, this convenient laying method reliably guarantees an optimum result.

  • acoustic and structural decoupling from underground (13 - 18 dB reduction of impact sound pressure level)
  • emission- and dust-free laying for clean indoor air
  • elastic cushioning of the tiles due to a patented decoupling back structure
  • low-risk and ergonomic laying of large format tiles
  • can be revised at any time in case of change of use or subsequent installations