Exterior Flooring Systems – Terraces

Mosa’s Exterior Flooring Systems are suited for a variety of uses and loads. They are excellent for applications in the private market and the heavier use encountered in public and commercial buildings. Mosa Exterior Flooring is perfectly suited for use on terraces (including roof terraces), balconies, gallery systems, and entry areas. Mosa Systems work closely with our partners in engineering, technology, and assembly to provide you with guidance and expertise.

– Terraces
– Outdoor
– Residential
– Urban
– Hospitality
– Exteriors
– Balconies

Functionality, color and size.
Seamless transitions from interiors to exteriors can be created
Special tiles for outdoor dlooring systems that are tailored to Mosa tiles for indoor applications, such as Terra Maestricht and Quartz.
Ceramic Finish
Highly durable
Weather and moisture resistant

Technical Information:
Mosa tiles are completely XT colorfast, moisture-resistant, frost-resistant, dimensionally stable and easy to maintain. In addition, they have a low light reflection, and they are UV-resistance (DIN-51094).They are weatherproof and therefore retain their high-quality appearance. Mosa tiles XT-type RL and RQ are also equipped with an anti-slip embossed (R11).

Cradle to Cradle® Silver certified
Sustainability is one of Mosa’s core values. Mosa is not only an innovative tile manufacturer but also a member of the Dutch Green Building Council. Mosa Colors is a leading-edge example of sustainable production. Nearly the entire programme carries the Cradle to Cradle Silver certificate, which means that it satisfies present and future requirements for sustainable building. The tiles are partially made from recycled materials; no environment-polluting raw materials are used, making the tiles suitable for reuse. ‘Green’ electricity from hydro-electric power stations is exclusively used in production. Mosa tiles are also durable and contribute to a better interior climate.

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