The particular sensibility of the management led the company to the certification of its production system in conformity with the standard UNI EN ISO 9001/2008, which guarantee in all the process phases the respect of all the parameters for a technical and aesthetic high quality product.
The application of the procedures and the instructions guarantee the control of the whole production process, allowing the stressing of eventual anomalies. By attending at the right moment you can assure in this way the product conformity and improve the efficiency of the quality administration system. All the tiles are stamped CE in accordance with the standard EN 1339.
All the Maspe tiles have been subjected to the most qualified laboratory testing to verify their physical-mechanical characteristics and their aptitude to be used as pavings for exteriors, in the worst atmospheric conditions and under maximum stress. The results supplied by the most qualified laboratories, confirm the results tested on the products in normal conditions and after frost.
MODIFICATIONS . Maspe for improving constantly the quality of its products, reserves the right to change in any moment without any notice the aesthetic and structural characteristics.
INDICATIONS • Blooming: this is not a defect, because it does not alter the technical characteristics of the product. The company advises the installation of the paving with adhesive in order to put between the cement foundation and the tile a barrier against the ascent of the salts, which could be reason for the natural phenomenon of blooming. It is obligatory to make at the end of the laying works a deep cleaning of the laid paving with a suitable detergent. • It is forbidden to spread salt on outside pavings or on terraces to dissolve snow or ice, since salt is corrosive and damages the structure of the tiles.
• In case that the material is laid the manufacturer cannot be held responsible for possible complaints.
• In case different types of tiles are laid, we advise the use of a thickness adhesive, to level eventual height differences of the various types of tiles.