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Available Dimensions of ceramic facade glass mosiac tile ( Can be Customized )

 

 

  a) Chip   size: 10x10, 15x15, 20x20, 23x23, 25x25, 48x48 mm

 

  b) Thickness: 2mm,4mm, 6mm, 8mm

 

  c) Sheet size: 300x300mm, 300x100mm

 

 

Available Style Template of ceramic facade glass mosiac tile ( Can be Customized ) 

 

 

 

 

MEASUREMENTS & PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

 

 

Superiority: Easy to Install, Anti-dust,Washable,Acid-proof,Alkali-proof,Durable.

 

 

CLEAR

FROSTED

EN EUPOPEAN

ANC/ASTM TEST

MEASUREMENTS

DIMENSION TOLERANCES

EN98:±1.2%

ASTM C499

STRAIGHTNESS

EN98:±0.75%

ASTM C499

RECTANGULARITY

EN98:±1.0%

ASTM C499

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

WATER ABSORPTION

EN98:average≤3.0%

ASTM C373

BENDING RESISTANCE

ASTM C482

BREAKING RESISTANCE

EN100:min.27

ASTM C648

THERMAL SHOCK RESISTANCE

EN104:required

ASTM C484

CRAZING RESISTANCE

EN105:

CHEMICAL RESISTANCE

EN122(Min. Class B)

ASTM C650

ALKALI  RESISTANCE

EN122:ASTM C650

FROST  RESISTANCE

EN202:

ASTM C1026

VISIBLE  RESISTANCE

ASTM C1027

SCRATCH  RESISTANCE

4MOH

4MOH

√=PASSES/RESISTS

 

 

 

1. Beginning at the intersection of the horizontal and vertical lines, apply the recommended adhesive in one     quadrant. Spread it outward evenly with a notched trowel. Lay down only as much adhesive as you can cover in 10-15 minutes. 

 

2. Stabilize a sheet of tile by randomly inserting three or four plastic spacers into the open joints.

 

3. Pick up diagonally opposite corners of the square and move it to the intersection of the horizontal and    vertical reference lines. Align the sides with the reference lines and gently press one corner into place on the adhesive. Slowly lower the opposite corner, making sure the sides remain square with the reference lines. Massage the sheet into the adhesive, being careful not to press too hard or twist the sheet out of position. Continue setting tile, filling in one square area after another.

 

4. When two or three sheets are in place, lay a scrap of 2x4 wrapped in carpet across them and tap it with a rubber mallet to set the fabric mesh into the adhesive and force out any trapped air.

 

5. When you’ve tiled up close to the wall or another boundary, lay a full mosaic sheet into position and mark it for trimming. If you’ve planned well and are installing small-tile mosaics, you can often avoid cutting tiles.

 

6. If you do need to cut tiles in the mosaic sheet, and not just the backing, score the tiles with a tile cutter. Be sure the tiles are still attached to the backing. Add spacers between the individual tiles to prevent them from shifting as you score.

 

7. After you’ve scored the tiles, cut them each individually with a pair of tile nippers.

 

8. Set tile in the remaining quadrants. Let the adhesive cure according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Remove spacers with a needlenose plier. Mix a batch of grout and fill the joints. Allow the grout to dry, according to manufacturer’s instructions.

 

9. Mosaic tile has a much higher ratio of grout to tile than larger tiles do, so it is especially important to seal the     grout with a quality sealer after it has cured.

 

Glass mosaic is suitable for various construction and high-end decoration. It is widely used in these three areas,

Home/villa:       sitting room, bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, balcony, TV background wall.

Entertainment: senior club, pub, KTV, cafe, swimming pool, hotel.

Public places:  shopping center, stores, the station, etc.

 

 

 

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