Digital glazd full polished tiles porcelain looks like marble prices 8012

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Quick Details

Type:

Tiles

Place of Origin:

Fujian China (Mainland)

Brand Name:

SLD

Model Number:

8012

Size:

600 x 600mm,800 x 800mm

Material:

Porcelain Tiles

Usage:

Interior Tiles

Function:

Acid-Resistant,Antibacterial,Heat Insulation,Non-Slip,Firebrick,Wear-Resistant

Surface Treatment:

Glazed Tiles

Feature:

Glazed Metallic Tiles

Color Family:

Blacks,Blues,Browns / Tans,Grays,Oranges,Purples / Lavenders,Reds / Pinks,Whites,Yellows / Golds

Tile Type:

Floor Tiles

color:

polished

thickness:

9.8mm

carton weight:

30KGS

packing:

carton with pallet with fumigation

payment terms2:

L/C at sight

payment terms1:

30% deposit,balance against the copy of BL

surface color:

polished

finished:

3d printing

Scope:

bathroom floor,kitchen floor ,living room

design:

we can do any design accord to customer need

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Detail:Carton with pallet 4pcs/ctn,30kgs 1.44m2/ctn 1900ctn/TEU about 1296SQM
Delivery Detail:20 days

Specifications

1.Size: 600 x 600 mm
2.Thickness: 9.8 mm
3.W/A: E<0.5%
4.Picking: 4pcs/ctn

 

 

Inkjet Full Polished Glazed Ceramic Tile tiling

 

 

1Product description: 

 

Model No.:

8012

Tile type:

Full polised galzed porcelain tile

Material:

porcelain

Size(MM) :

600x600mm

Water Absorption:

<0.5%

Color:

Available in all designs and colors

Usage:

Used in floor 

Payment:

T/T or L/C at sight

Packing:

Packing: 4pcs/ 1.44M²/ 20KGS/CTN
900ctns/ 1296SQM/ 20GP with pallet

Surface treatment:

Glazed or polished surface according to difference material

Remark:

All kind of designs can be produced according to our product list

 

 

3. Product features:

 

1) Professional 3D inkjet floor tiles manufacturer
2) Anti-acid and anti-alkali
3) Durable
4) Pollution free
5) Easy to clean, easy to pave
6) Customize any design you like.
7) The most competitive price.

8) Easy to install, anti-dust

 

 

4. Packing list

 

 

Sizes (mm)

PCS/CTN

SQM/CTN

KGS/CTN

CTN/CONT

KGS/CONT

SQM/20GP

  600x600x9.8mm

 4

 1.44

 30

900

 27000

 1296

  800x800x9.8mm

 3

 1.92

 43

 630

 27090

 1209.6

 

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Q:Need help estimating tile for around tub ...?
Some tiles are designed to be used in a particular pattern, not just a straight run. For example, 4 tiles might interlock to make a square on the wall. I suggest you write down the measurements as you have, draw a small diagram of it all, and THEN go to a tile place. There is a tremendous amount of variation, not to mention the use of partial tiles at the edges, etc. It's rather complicated. On the plus side, you usually have to buy tiles by the box, so that means you would be rounding up your numbers, anyway. Better to have too many than to run out!
Q:Self adhesive tiles?
I wouldn't sign my name to a job as you describe, (no offense) and I've installed thousands of sq. ft. of flooring. BUT...If you absolutely don't want to remove the old, and have a sense of their substance (you state school type) perhaps a commercial grade thick vinyl? School type and/or older commercial types are often not exactly flexible and can crack; especially on corners or fitting that is too tight. Certainly you can take the time and effort to rough up the existing. You can also use Lacquer thinner (albeit smelly) to destroy any possible finish from the manufacturer. I do have a suggestion I state in every Vinyl tile Q however. Go to a Lowes or HD. Purchase a gallon or whatever of a water based contact cement. DuPont might be one manufacturer. What I use is a nice looking Aqua color. Peel the paper off the back of the tile as you proceed; Brush on a coat of the cement to the tile back and floor area. Allow dry time and press down. This assumes you've measured/ perhaps squared the room again; dont strictly place the new on the exact seams of the existing; and don't make a mistake in placement. Save your cuts for the last, work toward/ back to an exit point, and allow a few hours at least for some cure time. The water based contact cement is as durable and effective as the lacquer based; dries rapidly; can initially be cleaned up with water; and doesn't have a strictly offensive odor. Steven Wolf
Q:I want to lift ceramic tiles off bathroom floor and re-use. Whats best method to do this without breaking?
After installing,,,and removing thousands of sq. ft. of tile, I suggest what the others have. Accept that the job will cause loss. It should be pretty obvious why, and I'll give you an abstract example. Once upon a time postage stamps needed to be moistened to stick. If you felt like you wanted to retrieve the stamp and just attempted pulling a dried stamp from an envelope your success rate would be minimal. The difference in this analogy and your situation is that you can't separate tile from mortar, from the sub floor by steaming and unless you flood the area for a good length of time the mortar won't separate either. An even more valid concern is,,, even if you managed some intact tile, you'd have to grind or chip the mortar from the unfinished side, possibly damaging or breaking those tiles you so wanted to save. No offense at all but tile is relatively inexpensive, but sadly rarely able to be matched over any long time span. Any tile job I've ever done includes no less than 3 extra cases of tile, over and above what I consider might be needed in 10 to 15% waste. Certainly if the tiles were expensive, rare, imported one of a kind, decorative, I understand perhaps wanting to salvage them, but you don't state the WHY of your Q, so I can't truly know. Steven Wolf (The Rev.)
Q:Can we remove dried cement from surface of tiles?
Try fine grade wire wool. Use it gently so you don't damage the surface of the tiles. Another point to remember is to keep all pets away from the area while you are working. My dog got some fine grain plaster in his eye that caused temporary blindness and £140.00 emergency vet's bill. Best wishes from Sue
Q:Jinjiang tiles wholesale market where?
In addition to the above three major markets, there are under the road building materials market, magnetic new road building materials market, before the shop building materials market. Under the road building materials market to Fujian glazed tile-based, Guangdong wall, sanitary ware second-line brand, supplemented by mass consumption for the mainstream. The area near the stove also has ceramic market, such as Quanzhou Yungu boutique ceramic city, positioning high-grade, an area of ​​20,000 square meters; Shi Lizhi Road, there are many ceramic dealers, Nanan stone street, Jinjiang City Quanan Road , SM Square are scattered distribution of some ceramic dealers.
Q:Tiling a Shower Surround?
I, too, have a shower that needs tiling. I hired a friend of a friend and he began the job and abandoned it 1/5 along the way. One of the problems you may encounter is that you will have to have the proper equipment to cut the tile that goes around the shower head, etc. Also, this guy started from the top and I was told that you always start from the bottom of the shower. There is a certain type of adhesive that you need also for adhering the tile (forgot the name) but it is not thinset. Make sure you measure twice so when you cut you will only have to cut once. Oh yeah, and don't forget your spacers. You tile one day and grout the next. I think the grout needs 48 hours to totally dry. That's all I can think of.
Q:Ceramic floor tiles for counter top?
You must use an appropriate sealer otherwise you will get food contamination (assuming a kitchen counter is being constructed).
Q:Dye Numbers on tile!?
Just buy a bunch of cases and mix them all up. See if theres an arrow on the back of the tile so you have them all pointed in the same direction.
Q:Why the new tiles are double? What material, so good?
It is not Yeah, Hongyu tiles on all the whole body bricks, all a layer, so that the selection of more detailed, with a higher specification, the quality is so more stable
Q:What is better for a kitchen floor, vinyl or tile?
I can only answer this according to resale in my area where I live. Tile will up the value of your home here. But...here, we have cold winters, and if you have tile, it had better be heated or the tile will be worthless as they get very cold underfoot. Personally, I like vinyl for the fact that it is warmer underfoot, and it can come in tons of colours/designs/thicknesses. It can be expensive too, so you will have to shop around. Vinyl will mark, but so will tile. Tile will last longer, but be sure it is installed properly. Tile is tougher overall, but you might want to change it after 15 years and it will be cheaper to change vinyl than it will be to change tile. If you choose vinyl, just do not choose the cheapest as it will have more of a tendancy to yellow and tear. Ensure your heavy appliances are on wheels so the vinyl will not tear when you move them for cleaning (done that one before).

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