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On this occasion we manufacture a low center fountain from a model that we had already manufactured before.

The main difference lay in the measures requested by the customer and an aspect that affected the final aspect of the source, which was that we were requested that the source incorporated the closed circuit water engine, on the same plate.

To hide the engine the only place where we could introduce it was in the jumper (spout) of the source. This meant that we had to make a jumper somewhat larger than that proportionally would have been made according to measures of the plate requested by the customer. The engine was embedded inside the jumper hidden under a lid of the same marble.

Here we provide you the model of the original source in which the client requested us their source to measure, and photos of the manufacturing process and final result obtained:

Cleaning exterior mud floors with pressure water machines: An error that can be very expensive

Today it has become very fashionable to use pressure water machines to clean from our car, facades, floors, etc.

While it is true that the result that is obtained in most cases is very positive, we must be very aware that these machines work at a few bars of pressure in which no one would think to put the hand underneath, if we do not want To suffer damage and to say great pain.

This I just said that seems to come to mind, I say because the terracotta floor is nothing more than as his own word says clay. If we have ever broken a terracotta pot, we can see what it is like inside: it has a very small outer layer that we see, apparently very hard, but inside we see how the clay grains are pressed together And as if we give him with the fingers these are easily detached.

Well the clay pavement is exactly the same: coast of a layer about 2 mm thick that the hardest vitrified part and that we tread, but below this layer is the granulate of which we have spoken before.

Now let's think ab…