TOP QUALITY GALZED TILE FROM FOSHAN CMAX 66129

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Key Specifications/Special Features of Glazed Tile :

 

1. Material: glazed porcelain

2. Antique feel, Metal Image

3. Low water absorption

4. Strong in hardness

5. Coordination in color and luster

6. Usage Area: home, office, hotel, government and corporate projects, flooring tiles, deluxe clubs flooring

7. Style: simple, classic, elegant and splendid in color

8. Good in abrasion and chemical corrosion-resistant

9. Resistance to thermal shock

10. Available in various sizes and colors

 

 

Primary Competitive Advantages of Glazed Tile:

 

 

1. All product of rustic ceramic tiles are of top grade AAAA

  

2. CE certificate, ISO9001:2008 and ISO14001:2004

  

3. OEM accepted.

  

4. Speial dimensions available according to your floor tiles request.

  

5. Best Quality with best price, strictly quality control.

  

6. On time delivery, in general 7-10days.

 

7. Best after sale service, customer can follow their porcelain tiles order situation any time. no matter on product line, warehouse or shipment.

 

 

Main Export Markets:

 

 

1. Asia

2. Australasia

3. Central/South America

4. Eastern Europe

5. Mid East/Africa

6. North America

7. Western Europe

 

Specification:

 

Tile type:

Ceramic tile

Material:

Porcelain

Size(MM) :

600x600mm

Thickness(MM):

9mm

Water Absorption:

≤0.5%

Color:

Available in all designs and colors

Usage:

Used in floor

Surface treatment:

Glazed surface

Features:

Professional triple-burning in oven, which makes our tiles more excellent quality.

Function:

Acid-Resistant, Antibacterial, Heat Insulation, Non-Slip, Wear-Resistant, Anti-fouling easy to clean

Packaging:

600x600mm: 4pcs/box,28kg/box,standard cartons and 

wooden pallets packing

Remark:

All kind of designs can be produced according

 to your requirements

Quality

Surface quality:

95% tiles no defect from 0.8 away uprightly

Breaking strength:

As require

Resistance to thermal shock:

Without crack and flaw after 10 times anti heat shock test

Brightness:

≥55

Frost-resistance:

No crack or spalling after frost resistance test

 

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Q:labor cost for installing 50 quare feet of tile?
shouldnt be know more then 125 - 150
Q:Removing nail polish on tile floor?
Wipe okorder.com/
Q:Glazed Ceramic Tile - PROS/CONS?
for a kitchen, a glazed tile might be too slick, so be careful what type of glazed surface you choose. steer clear of any tile that has a mirror finish. if you can see your face in the glaze at a certain angle, its not suitable for a kitchen! when it gets wet it will be too slippery. a glazed tile can be easier to clean than an unglazed tile. depending on the type of glazed tile, scratches can be a problem. unglazed tiles can have a rougher surface, which helps in the slip factor, but might be tougher to clean. go to your local tile distributor and look around. ask the sales rep; tell them where the tiles are going to be installed. they can give you some good ideas. consider a porcelain tile. they can be smooth as well as textured, generally are easy to clean, and VERY durable for high traffic areas. i've never seen any type of tile fade, so i can't help you out there. most tiles won't suck in staining liquids, like grape juice, etc, so unless you chose a marble or natural stone, i wouldn't worry about that. good luck!
Q:Do I need a vapor barrier when installing ceramic floor tile?
This Site Might Help You. RE: Do I need a vapor barrier when installing ceramic floor tile? I live in a single-level ranch style house but on a concrete pad. I am re-tiling the kitchen floor. Upon removing the old tile, I discovered a 15 lb. felt pad had been glued to the floor; on top of this pad was thin set; then the tile. I live in Bakersfield, CA which is a dry and arrid climate.
Q:Ceramic Tile cutter?
Most tile saws have accersories for differant cuts ,but I would rent a tile saw unless you are going to take a long time on the job. Dewalt makes a good tile saw the D24000S.
Q:Will sheetrock fall with tiles?
heck no! Ive seen tiles installed ritght onto sheet rock in wet arias as in bathroom shower! as far as the papper delamanating from the rock? hell no!!! ur good pal! If u hear cracking, Its not the tiles falling off. maybe the rock seperating from the studs, or the stus sressing out. think of it this way, when you go to hang a heany pic or mirror to the wall u usaly attach to the studs...what you could have done is reinforce the rock (add more screws) then did ur work. right now the rock should be attached with 1 1/4 screws at least with a nail pattern of 6 inch on perimiter and 12 inch in field. hope this info helps! I think ur good pal!
Q:painting ceramic tile?
Any ceramic tile can be painted no matter if it is old or new. The most important thing is to make sure the tile is perfectly clean. Repair any cracked tiles and crumbling grout. If you need to regrout, do so before painting the tile. Regrouting will damage the paint. Water-based paints that contain a urethane resin are good paints to use. Do not apply it to ceramic tile that gets wet on a regular basis. Examples of this are tile surfaces inside a tub or shower area. You can use a roller to paint a ceramic-tile floor. I suggest a roller with a low nap to keep bubbles and texture to a minimum. You can also add products to the paint that allow them to flow well and attain a finish as if they had been sprayed. If you have a sprayer, you absolutely can spray the tile. Be sure to protect adjacent surfaces from overspray.
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:Vinyl planks over ceramic tile?
While its always best to remove the tile and start with a fresh base for a new sub floor for the vinyl tile. This can be done .. You need to go over the tile with whats called an embossing leveler.. This will allow the vinyl to not show the grout lines. The high spots can be knocked down or floated so its barely noticeable. . By the time you do all this and the chance that you don t get any uneven tile floated out, your better off taking every thing out and do it proper. Any questions you can e mail me through my avatar. GL
Q:I have a tile question?
Tile can be installed over vinyl, if the subfloor is rigid enough, but I don't recommend it. Thinset does not adhere well to vinyl. I have pulled up tile floors laid over vinyl, and they come up very easily, barely sticking at all. Your problem, most likely, is that your subfloor is not rigid enough. This may be caused by floor joist spacing being too wide, or subflooring being too thin. At a minimum, joist spacing should be 16 on center, subfloor should be 3/4 tongue and groove plywood with 1/2 cement backerboard screwed and glued to it with thinset. Older homes have 3/4 plank subfloors, and some newer homes have 5/8 plywood subfloors, neither of which is rigid enough. In either case, the fix would be to glue and staple 1/4 lauan over the subfloor. Staples should be 4 apart along the edges, and 8 apart in the field. Lots of glue. So, if it was me fixing your problem, I would pull up the tile and vinyl, do whatever is necessary to make the subfloor rigid, and relay the tile. And I highly recommend epoxy grout. It's costly, and a bit more difficult to work with, but the end result is vastly superior. It's super hard, keeps it's color, doesn't stain, and requires no sealer. Good Luck with your project, hope this helps...

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