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About Maxfine

Maxfine Porcelain is a man made material that is designed for multiple uses. The strength, beauty and versatility are all reasons for its growing popularity. Maxfine Porcelain offers solutions for indoor and outdoor applications. Let's delve into some specifics regarding this Porcelain producer.

Maxfine Porcelain Surfaces

Maxfine is a surface that has been designed for use in a variety of architectural applications and is available in a number of colors. To understand what Maxfine is we need to understand how it is created.

Maxfine Porcelain is produced using the most recent techniques for manufacturing Porcelain. The technology used is a technique called sintering. This process is used for multiple materials and you can read more about sintered materials. Other materials are also made using a sintering process although the process and raw materials are different and produce a different material. One such material is Ultracompact Surfaces.

Maxfine Color Selection

Maxfine Porcelain Surfaces, like many Porcelain products continue to create new colors and textures regularly. With multiple colors there is sure to be a shade that is made just for your design style. No matter what style your project is using, there is a color that coordinates with it. The following is a list of the colors available in Maxfine:

  • Titanium White (Chromocode3d)
  • Black Patch (Metal)
  • Calacatta (Marmi)
  • Avenue Plumb (Avenue)
  • Lavica Black (Pietre)
  • Dark Depth (Roads)
  • Thassos (Marmi)
  • Iron Bronze (Iron)
  • White Patch (Metal)
  • Bianco Venato Extra (Marmi)
  • Arabescato Light (Marmi)
  • Lavica Pearl (Pietre)
  • Travertino (Travertino)
  • Grigio Twist (Steelway)
  • Peltro Twist (Steelway)
  • Grey Cinis (Metal)
  • White Calacatta (Marmi)
  • Onici Grigio (Onici)
  • Lavica Beige (Pietre)
  • Limestone Moon (Limestone)
  • Pearl (Citystone)
  • Grey Metal (Metal)
  • White Metal (Metal)
  • Dove (Citystone)
  • Onici Perla (Onici)
  • Avenue Amber (Avenue)
  • White Cinis (Metal)
  • Bianco Lasa (Marmi)
  • Portoro (Marmi)
  • Iron Black (Iron)
  • Onici Avorio (Onici)
  • Pearl Mind (Roads)
  • Avenue Silver (Avenue)
  • Coffee Truth (Roads)
  • Statuario Light (Marmi)
  • Black Venato (Marmi)
  • Gaudi Stone (Marmi)
  • Iron Grey (Iron)
  • Lavica Dark (Pietre)
  • Stone Grey (Marmi)
  • Corten (Corten)
  • Grey (Citystone)
  • Antracite Twist (Steelway)
  • Limestone Deep (Limestone)
  • Lavica Grey (Pietre)
  • Arabescato (Marmi)
  • Avenue Ivory (Avenue)
  • Black Cinis (Metal)
  • Alps Heart (Marmi)
  • Extra White (Marmi)
  • Black Metal (Metal)
  • Onici Verde (Onici)
  • Brown (Citystone)
  • Sand Hearth (Roads)
  • Crema Marfil Extra (Marmi)
  • Eramosa (Marmi)
  • Blue de Savoie (Marmi)
  • White Purity (Roads)
  • Ivory Black (Chromocode3d)
  • Limestone Ash (Limestone)
  • Onici Oro (Onici)
  • Grey Patch (Metal)
  • Rame Twist (Steelway)
  • Grey Calm (Roads)
  • Estremoz Crema (Marmi)

One reason people are interested in Maxfine is because it is versatile and durable. It can be used in many environments and can take the wear and tear of most of them. Some even go as far to say that is is the best of all worlds. The company itself alludes to that in its literature. Notice this quote taken from the Maxfine website:

As a result of this production system and advanced technology, maxfine is the answer to the world of architecture’s demands, an area in which a designer’s expression needs a wide range of environmentally friendly options.

You might be wondering how Maxfine Porcelain compares with natural stone surfaces. Natural stone offers some benefits that other materials do not offer. One example is heat resistance and scratch resistance. Of course, natural materials vary on how scratch resistant they are.

Porcelain though is man made and is produced via a specific process. Since it is created to be extremely scratch resistant through intense heat and pressure, Maxfine is an extremely hard material that is scratch resistant.

Maxfine Porcelain Benefits

Maxfine surfaces are becoming more popular because of the advantages they offer. Of course, no material is the best for every person in all situations. Yet, here are some things that attract newcomers to the Maxfine material:

  • Durability
  • Versatility
  • Stain Resistance
  • Temperature Tolerance


You are no doubt aware that many surfaces are susceptible to scratching. Everyday use for some materials can cause it to scratch from various objects coming in contact with it. With Maxfine the surface is able resist the day in and day out use to which hard surfaces are exposed. The durability of Maxfine Porcelain highlights one reason why is gaining an audience.


Like natural stone and other high quality surfaces, Maxfine is very versatile. In fact, it is used for all sorts of surfaces including:

  • Flooring
  • Vertical Surfaces

Some are surprised to find out that Porcelain is even being used for kitchen countertops and other worktops. This should not be a surprise considering it is stain resistant.

Maxfine Resists Stains

Maxfine is non-porous and is stain resistant. Its non-porous surface means liquids stay on the surface and do not penetrate the material. Substances that dry on the surface can be removed rather easily by using the appropriate cleaner.

Various cleaners are made for counteracting specific types of stain-causing substances. Lists of chemicals and/or cleaners that can be used to neutralize stains on Porcelain surfaces can be found on the company's website or elsewhere online.

Fabricating Maxfine Porcelain Surfaces

Fabricators of natural stone surfaces and other engineered materials have many of the machines that are needed to fabricate Maxfine surfaces. However, there are some specific practices and some special kinds of tools that will make fabricating Maxfine much more efficient. Let's briefly discuss a couple of these points.

Diamond Blades for Maxfine

One of the major tools that a fabricator will need to begin working with Maxfine is a blade made for cutting Porcelain. Maxfine blades are made using special specifications so that they cut very hard materials. They also need to cut quickly and cleanly so they do not slow progress or hurt the finish of the surface.

Even though the proper blade is used, it still must be used properly in order to be effective at the task. Be sure to research the best practices for working with Maxfine Porcelain before beginning a project.

Maxfine Care & Maintenance

As mentioned earlier, Maxfine surfaces are very stain resistant and can be cleaned using the proper cleaners. Researching recommended cleaners for Maxfine or reading about what kinds of cleaners will work is a wise course for anyone thinking of choosing Porcelain for a surface.

It is easy to see why Maxfine is so noticeable as an option for a variety of applications. If you haven't heard about the Maxfine Porcelain material, why not check it out?

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