Vietnam Handmade Cement Tile
Water Absorption: <= 7%
Weight: 1200gr /- 50gr
Elasticity: 1.200N min
This is encaustic cement tile, a produce of HANDMADE process created by Skillful Artisant from Vietnam, a country has 100s of Year in making encaustic cement tiles, this production in Vietnam is among the best quality in the world. Inheritating long tradition of making encaustic cement tile together with bring new modern technique to production, our Cement tiles have been produced and controlled under the best conditions to guarantee stable quality for all production batches. Basic material are marble powder and pigment, environmental friendly.
All patterns and Colors can be customized
Available sizes from 50x50mm to 400x400mm which thickness ranging from 12mm till 25mm
Length 200mm /-0.5mm
Width 200mm /-0.5mm
Height 15mm /-1.0mm
Top Layer 3mm /-0.1mm
Weight 1200 gr /- 50gr
Elasticity 1.200 Newton minimum
Shock resistance 30 times minimum
Water Absorption <= 7%
Abrasion 0.45 gr/Cm2
This is ideal material from indoor using or interior which is suitable for restoration of old building or for luxurious building such as hotels, restaurants, cafe or even for boutique or cottage house.
- Q:Something stronger than rubber cement?
- a good epoxy is stronger and yes paper cement is made to get into the paper where rubber cement is a surface adhesive never used two coat rubber cement so cant help you there sorry
- Q:If u set a car battery on the ground(dirt,cement,asphalt,etc) will it lose its charge?
- Car batteries used to be encased in hard rubber, a substance that was porous enough that battery acid could seep through it and create a conductive path through the damp concrete, draining the battery. The cases of today’s batteries, however, are made of sturdier stuff that far better contains their contents than those of yesteryear. As well, time has brought technological improvements to the seals around the posts and the vent systems. These days, the problem of car battery electrolyte seepage and migration has been all but eliminated.
- Q:White cement with putty powder together, batch wall will fall off powder? How about the effect?
- Tips: white cement wall, the use of additives is glue, no additional water putty powder when the wall, in addition to additives but also add water
- Q:What's best for cement walls?
- Cement walls, if bare, should first be painted with a masonry sealer/primer, something like Dry-Lock. This will be the most effective way of keeping out moisture that's worked through the concrete. Then paint over that with any water based latex. Before painting, though, check to see if there's moisture in the walls since that will tend to make the paint peel if you don't seal the concrete first. Just tape a 2' x 2' piece of clear plastic to the wall, sealing all the edges. After a day or two look for water condensation forming on the wall side of the plastic. If you see condensation, water vapor has migrated into the concrete. That's okay, but it means you MUST seal the concrete first or you'll be repainting very often. Good Luck!
- Q:Did anyone die in cement at hover dam?
- One construction worker fell to his death in the liquid cement during the building of the hover dam.
- Q:Plastic cement vs. Rubber cement
- These are Materials you have listed, not crafts!
- Q:lay bricks on concrete - use mortar or cement?
- You shouldn't use either. Bricks and mortar are meant for vertical application. If you used it in a horizontal application they would crack and get destroyed over the course of 5-10 years. The bricks are pourous and will allow water to get below them. Without drainage they will crack away from the mortar. The correct approach would be to lay a bed of sand on top of the concrete and use paving or interlocking bricks. You would pack them fairly tight together and then put some sand on the top and work it into the cracks with a broom. Look into interlocking brick, it's actually quite easy. I live in Canada. Winter is -30C and Summer +35C and everyone around here has interlocking bricks for patios and/or driveways. The other option would be to do an outdoor tile. That would be a lot more work and there is quite a bit involved in doing it successfully.
- Q:what is the man made cement made from ?
- Portland cement is made from a select variety of rock, heated to about 1500 degrees c = 2732 f, then ground to a very fine powder. Concrete is made from cement, silica sand and gravel, sometimes reinforced with steel wire or rebar. Neil
- Q:what did egyptians use as cement?
- They are not cemented at all. Each block weighs about 20 tons, and just sits there. They are not bricks! They are huge and don't need to be held in place. Most ancients used cut stone, which would sit there because of size and fit, not cement for large buildings. They did have bricks though. They may have had cement, or may have used mud, like adobe. Cement was known to the Romans. Most of the Colosseum is Cement- actually, concrete.
- Q:Greenboard or cement board ??
- it really depends on what is going on top of the board. if I am using ceramic tile around a tub/shower, I use greenboard. If the tile is granite or porcelain, or will be installed overhead, use wonderboard (cementboard). The additional weight of the tiles could potentially pull the green paper away from the Gypsum. Greenboard is easier to cut For anywhere else i would use either greenboard, or regular drywall and mold/mildew resistant paint, and a new more powerful ceiling exhaust.
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