POLISHED PORCELAINT TILE LINES STONE SERIE

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Basic  Information :

tile type

Porcelain tiles, porcelain polished, floor tiles

certificate

ISO13006, ISO9001

finished

Nano finish, matte finish.

Size

60x60 80x80mm

Available in

many designs, size, colors

Features:

1) Available in many designs, specifications and assorted color,unique designs and exclusive quality

2) Used for indoor & outdoor wall and floordecorations, as well as Stair Case Product;

3) Easy to install, anti-dust, washable, acid-proof,alkali-proof, durable

4) Material: porcelain

5) Customized sizes available according to clients’ requirements

6) Available dimensions

Material

Porcelain

Dimension

600x600 800x800 mm

Packing

Carton + Wooden Pallets

Finish

Glossy, over 90 degree.

Usage

Floor and wall

The polished porcelain tile is widely used for interior houseflooring, hotel lobby flooring, shopping mall as well as other public sites.

We could go with OEM model, making 2nd production basedon clients requirement;

We could offer flexible service on shipment and better supporton payment term;

Our quality guarantee is based on the strict productionprocedure, quality controlling on the shade, straightness as well as whitedegree.

Specification and technologyinformation:

·        NANO polished

·        Water absorption:<0.1%

·        Delivery:within 15~20 days after 30%deposit received


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Q:Is there a cheap tiles to have radiation?
All the objects in nature, as long as the temperature above the absolute temperature of zero, are in the form of electromagnetic waves to keep out the heat, this way of transmitting energy called radiation. The energy emitted by an object through radiation is called radiant energy. Radiation is calculated according to Roentgen / Hour (R) The media claims that the so-called granite that can cause radioactive damage to the human body, mainly refers to the relatively long decay time radon 22 (half-time of 3.83 days). In fact, since ancient times human beings live in a radioactive environment. Radioactive is not only natural stone, paint, cement, red brick, ceramics and other building materials are also. Need to be properly understood and treated correctly. Scientific development shows that a certain dose of radiation will not cause harm to the human body and the environment, the rational use can also benefit mankind. The use of stone in the home, the release of radiation from the tiles on the human body is negligible. If too concerned about the words of their own modern housing can not live, and modern residential structure of the main concrete, and concrete material is sand, sand is actually a small point of the stone .... dizzy dare not want to live to the moon is not the same kind of radiation
Q:question about installing vinyl tile?
Sorry, read here yesterday that the vinyl tile adhesive will not adhere to ceramic tiles well but I'm not sure that's true and you cannot put any vinyl tiles over the ceramic tiles anyway because of the grout joints. There needs to be a very good smooth surface everywhere for any type of vinyl tiles or sheet vinyl flooring. The vinyl will sink into every grout line/joint and break as well as look terrible too. You will need to install some plywood underlayment over the existing ceramic tile first to give you a smooth sub-floor (most likely the 1/2 inch thick plywood). Or you could remove the existing ceramic tile and all the grout patch any rough /or uneven places on the existing plywood sub-floor and then install the new tile. Now you can put vinyl tiles over the wood sub-floor. There may be some uneven places or rough places where you'd need to use some floor patch /or floor leveler first. They make different size styles of floor transitions where the two floors meet so to give you a nice transition and look (if the kitchen floor is left the same or you installed underlayment and new tile).
Q:Pricing on tile and carpet?
my mom did business with simply floored, they were reasonable for her
Q:How to remove ceramic tiles from plaster walls?
remove ceramic tiles plaster walls
Q:Installing a glass tile backsplash?
The drywall is fine. Make sure you press all the air bubbles out of the thinset or they will look really bad when dry.
Q:ceramic floor tile chips?
Hi there. You've presented an excellent question and I have the ultimate solution for you! As a tile contractor, I have in fact used this technique a dozen times with perfect results every time. If these are small chips in the tile, touch them up with appliance touch-up paints or an oil enamel paint with a gloss similar to that of your tile. It's usually pretty simple finding a color that will match wonderfully. If these are larger sized chips or there is a corner of a tile is broken off, shape two-part epoxy putty to fit this area. The epoxy can easily be sanded lightly when dry, then painted with the appliance touch-up or enamel paint. All of these products can be found at your local Lowes or Home Depot. Note: this is a quick fix for a chipped tile... not a cracked one. Cracked tiles are usually a sign of something wrong... other than the crack in the tile and the surface needs investigated thoroughly before determing the proper fix. It's actually VERY difficult to accidentally crack a tile that has been installed properly. But I'm sure the above fix will work fine for your described problem. Good luck and let me know how it worked out for you!
Q:How do I remove a stain from marble tile?
Try cleaning it with some oxidizer but that can even result in minimizing the grace of your floor. Polishing it again may help, but you can call the marble installer for a review. He can tell you the better option to do away with the stains from your floors.
Q:Can you lay tile over linoleum?
It is not good because the linoleum is a soft surface and this would cause the tiles to crack. It is better to remove the linoleum. Even if you have to lay the tile over glue residue or some paper backing that remains after trying to remove the linoleum this is better than laying the tile over the soft linoleum.
Q:What's the best online source for quality ceramic tile?
I have seen prices on the web and yes you can get some good prices. BUT Shading for what you see in a picture is vastly different then actual products.... What I would do is to look on line for lines of tiles from a wide range of manufactures and use their store locater to find a dealer near you.I ve seen the way tile is shipped from some sources that are not used to handling tile and you could possible end up w/ chips. Plus your local store has a vast variety of knowledge of trims and what you ll need.. I did my GF s mom s place and we looked at tile to get ideas for her and narrowed down to tiles she liked. The on line price was more expensive than what the store was and what we payed .Any questions you can e mail me. GL
Q:Can You Re-tile Over An Existing Tile Floor?
take up the old...just that simple and if no underlaymen such as hardy backer underneath install some. over laying with a filler is only going to give you headaches and cracks in your grout lines soon after doing it, if installing over the old.

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