Infinity uses only prime-quality raw materials for the porcelain stoneware used for the slabs.

Like to find out more about porcelain stoneware?


The Infinity slab comes in the 1600×3200 mm size, with thicknesses of 6, 12 or 20mm.

Like to find out more about Infinity sizes?


Thanks to its excellent technical performance, Infinity is suitable for use both indoors and outdoors, and for residential and commercial projects: shelves, ventilated façades, floors, walls, furniture and much more.

Like to find out more about the possible uses of the Infinity slabs?


No particular precautions are required other than the normal care we all take every day. We have included a dedicated section in the Infinity Technical Manual.

Like to consult the dedicated section in the Precautions for Use document?


Thanks to the temperatures and the pressure exerted during the manufacturing process, the Infinity slabs acquire an extremely high resistance to scratches and impact. However, like any other material, improper use or the use of ceramic utensils may damage the surface.
Infinity offers customers a winning solution to repair scratches on the surface. We’ve dedicated a section to this in the Infinity Technical Manual.

Like to find out more about the scratch resistance of Infinity?


The Infinity sample is to be used as a colour guideline for the company range. It must be emphasised, however, that one of the characteristics of the Infinity manufacturing process is the management by production lots, and although an excellent alignment of the graphics and colours is maintained, slight variations in tone may occur, as a result of the natural origin of the raw materials used.

Like to find out more about the Infinity range?


Infinity can be applied on different types of surfaces, using specific glues and adhesives. It is possible to cut the slabs using professional tools, which vary depending on the thickness of the slab and the type of application.

Like to find out more about how Infinity slabs are cut and glued?


Thanks to its project division, Infinity offers customers a team of experts for projects, which include raised floors, i.e. a porcelain stoneware walking surface supported by a compound system, suitable for indoors and outdoors, able to offer flexibility for project designers and architects.

Like to find out more about the Infinity Project Division?


A ventilated façade is an external covering system for buildings, able to offer excellent performance from a design point of view and advantages in terms of the energy performance of the building.

Like to find out more about the benefits of Infinity ventilated façades?


Porcelain/sintered stone: The manufacturing system combines layers of coloured powders into the body of the slab, perfecting the appearance down to its minimum details. The Infinity Surfaces porcelain stoneware comes from a selection of premium raw materials.

Solid surfaces: Solid surface countertops are typically made from hard acrylic materials. Although a hard and durable option, solid surface countertops are not heat resistant and may succumb to burns and scratches.

Granite: Granite can be durable, easy to clean, and heat resistant – but it is also susceptible to burning and thermal shock. Each slab is unique with natural fissures and patterns, so it’s difficult to create a uniform look.

Marble: Marble is a softer material which may succumb to stains and scratches. Furthermore, you would need to ensure your marble is sealed correctly by a fabricator before installation, also be prepared to commit to regular maintenance during the year.

Concrete: A contemporary countertop finish, concrete is a great addition in an industrialised styled space. You can also choose to customise your concrete counters, although this can be an expensive option.

Formica: Formica countertops’ end result is a finished look that resembles natural stone or wood countertops. They can be scratched if abrasive cleaners are used. Delamination is one of the main issues, especially due to water damage, which makes repairs difficult.

Melamine: While the melamine itself is waterproof, if water gets to the particle board underneath, the dampness could cause the melamine to distort. Similarly, while melamine is very durable, if you incorrectly install a laminate countertop, it could cause it to chip.

Quartz: Quartz is resistant to stains, scratches and cracks, changes in temperature, as well as common household chemicals. The durability of this surface is because it’s quartz composite and engineered nature.