Bathroom and Kitcken Ceramic Wall Tiles

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1.ceramic wall tile, bathroom tile, bathroom wall tile
2.Bath tile
3.kitchen tile
4.CE & ISO9001
5.Grade AA

3D ceramic wall tile

Product Description

Detail product description:

Model no:

CMAX 1005

Tile type:

3D ceramic wall tile

Material:

ceramic tile

Size(MM) :

300*300mm,300*450mm,300*600mm,330*330mm,240*660mm,400*800mm

Thickness(MM):

7.5-8.5mm

Absorption:

waterproof ceramic tile

Color:

Available in all designs and colors

Usage:

Used for wall and floor, widely used in kitchen, bathroom, living room, and so on.

Surface:

polished / matt finshed

Certificate:

CE & ISO9001, Soncap, Test

Function:

Acid-resistant, antibacterial, non-slip, wear-resistant

Packaging:

standard cartons and wooden pallets packing

Delivery time:

Within 20 days after received the payment

Payment terms:

L/C,T/T,D/P,D/A

MOQ:

500 square meters

Supply ability:

10000 square meters per day

Usage area:

Interior & exterior floors & walls, inside and outside, bedrooms, hotels, schools, supermarkets and lobbies

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For more information of our products please kindly visit our website or contact us by email.bettyben@okorder.com

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SIZE MM

PCS/CTN

KG/CTN

SQM/CTN

CTN/PALLET

240X600

8

23

1.44

48

330X330

15

24

1.6335

72

300x600

8

26

1.44

60

300x300

15

23

1.35

72

300x450

12

27

1.62

60

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Q:Is there a cheap tiles to have radiation?
In fact, nothing is a little harm ah. The Said the stone has radiation, but in the end what harm, stone factory workers, selling stone businessmen are not jumping, did not see who said: I was radiation, and very serious
Q:Victorian Tiles - What Varnish/Sealant?
Most tile have a glazed finish so unless it dose not have it,it will be difficult to seal.You don`t mention wheat her its wall or floor tiles,if it wall tiles you might get away with it.If it floor tiles I think it will cause a problem by walk over it.
Q:ceramic tile over linoleum?
the difficulty with laying tile down is that if the floor is uneven in any respect (i.e., not completely flat) your helpful new costly ceramic tiles will harm! terrific to locate a place the place you are able to look below the linoleum and notice what's below it...yet, all that reported, that's why the pro will flow all the way all the way down to the sub-floor, get each little thing helpful and point, then placed down a million/2 cementitious backer-board (a million/4 for partitions, a million/2 for flooring) and then lay the tile. That way, that's worked out in improve despite the fact that if/if there will be a height difference between the recent tile floor and any flooring in rooms adjacent it...in any different case, that's oops, I tripped lower back. Spend the time, attempt and funds and do it precise.
Q:Algebra Question - Length of a tile?
here goes... Conceptually, if you knew the area of the rectangle was, say 5000cm squared, and you knew that the length of the tile was, say 5cm, then you would know that the number of tiles necessary would be (5000cm sqrd)/5^2 = 5000/25 = 200 tiles. Using this conceptual knowledge, we can set up equations to answer this question. Let A represent the area of the rectangle to be tiled (this is a constant in this question, we just need to give it a label here) Let x represent the length of the original square tile. We know from the question the following: A / (x^2) = 200 tiles rearrange for A = 200(x^2) This is Equation 1. The question says that if the length increases by 1cm (i.e. x+1) then only 128 tiles are needed, so A / [(x+1)^2] = 128 tiles rearrange for A = 128(x+1)^2 This is Equation 2. Substitute Equation 1 into Equation 2 and solve for x! So the first step is: 200(x^2) = 128(x+1)^2 ---> divide both sides by 8 25(x^2) = 16(x+1)^2 You might be tempted at this point to expand and collect like terms, but you'd end up with an equation with which it appears difficult to solve for x. Here however, you should notice that all parts of this equation are very easily square rooted...so, square root both sides to simplify and solve for x: sqrt [25(x^2)]= sqrt[16(x+1)^2] 5x = 4(x+1) 5x = 4x + 4 x = 4 Therefore the side length of each tile is 4 cm. Of course, you can check your answer by plugging it into any of the equations above, and making sure that the left side of the equation acutally does equal the right side!
Q:glass tile?
If it weren't for the grout joints, you wouldn't have to apply sealer to the area. Grease and oil splatter from frying will not soak into the glass tiles, but it will soak into the grout joints. Eventually, the grout joints will become discolored and impossible to clean. For that reason, it is a good idea to apply sealer to the area. Keep in mind that you will have to thoroughly clean the area, especially the grout joints, every couple of years and reapply a new coat of sealer. Good luck with your new glass tile backsplash.
Q:When to use sheetrock for tile?
It may have been sheetrock that you remember but more than likely it was some type of special backer product that resembled Sheetrock but was made specifically for use under tile. There are several types available at Lowe's like hardibacker or durarock. Both of these products are designed to be placed on the surface to be tiled before the tile is applied and act to stiffen the substrate. In other words they make the surface that the tile goes onto into one big solid piece as opposed to several sheets of plywood. The benefit of this is that is keeps the tiles from moving in relation to each other which will cause the grout lines in between them to crack and gap. These products are generally put down, when tiling floors, on top of a layer of mortar same as you spread mortar to hold the tiles down. Ans then these backer boards are nailed down with roofing nails and the joints are mortared and usually taped like drywall joints are. Then more mortar is spread on top of these boards and the tile is set into this mortar. Floors generally use the 1/4 thick backer board and when applying on walls the 1/2 backer is used. Just nail to the studs and paint with a waterproofing paint then mortar and apply tiles. Good Luck.
Q:ceramic floor tile chips?
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Q:How to choose a tile test method?
The simplest is to pour the cup of water and then buckle the tiles to see how his water there is no printed and then is the sound of the sound of boring stuffing brick on the poor quality of the sound of crisp sweet is good brick is the density density is greater the more solid
Q:Should my new tile floor be installed under the refrigerator?
Tile under the ice box.....tile after the vanities. Layout very carefully before you start, and think ahead. Start in the center of the rooms and make sure that there are no little pieces on the sides....best if they are even all around.
Q:covering existing tile backsplash?
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