Porcelain stoneware ideal for all intended use ,including public and residential areas subject to intensive foot traffic, such as airport ,shopping ,malls ,school, hospital etc.
Porcelain stoneware boast excellent resistance to the most challenging stains and most aggressive detergent.an added plus is that they do not require any protective surface treatment.
Both indoors and outdoors, when directly exposed to sunlight, the original colour remain perfectly unchanged over time.
Porcelain stoneware unique capacity to withstand extreme temperature and thermal shock make it an ideal material for direct contact with source of heat
Properties of Tiles
- Durability. Tiles are tough and difficult to break. …
- Strength. It has a high strength when heated at high temperature. …
- Dirt Resistance. …
- Colour Permanence. …
- Slip Resistance. …
- Fire Resistance. …
- Hygiene. …
- Chemical Resistance.
How tiles are made?
Manufacturing. Ceramic tile is made from natural clay, sand and water. These materials are moulded to form square or rectangular tiles and then baked in a kiln to remove most of the moisture. Porcelain tile is also made from clay but tends to be made using denser types of clay than ceramic.
How do you clean tiles?
Clean up loose debris: Sweep or vacuum your tile floors regularly to keep them from getting dull. Ceramic tiles may be resistant to dirt, but sand and grit can dull the glazed surfaces. Choose the right floor mop: Clean tile with mild detergent and clean water using a rag or chamois-type mop rather than a sponge mop
How do you remove stains from floor tiles?
1. Vinegar/Hot Water Method
First, wipe down the area with hot water to remove surface dirt.
Next, fill an empty spray bottle with a mixture of half hot water, half white vinegar.
Spray the solution on the grout, then let it stand for five minutes.
Scrub the grout with a soft toothbrush. …
Rinse the area with water.
What is meant by vitrified tiles?
Vitrified tile is a ceramic tile with very low porosity. It is an alternative to marble and granite flooring. Vitrified tiles are often used outdoors due to their water and frost resistance.
What is a Rectified edge tile mean?
A tile that has been rectified has had all its edges mechanically finished in order to achieve a more precise facial dimension. Accurate and consistent tile sizes are particularly important with long and large tiles. The process involves cutting or grinding a tile to a specific size. Both large format tiles and narrower grout joints have recently gained in popularity so rectification has become an important topic.