Wooden Like Porcelain Ceramic Floor Tile

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Type: Matt Tiles Packing: Carton with Wooden Pallet Function: Waterproof, Wear-Resistant, Non-Slip, Anti-Static, Acid-Resistant, Soundproof, Thermal Insulation, Antibacterial
Color: Brown / Tan Usage: Household, Interior Tiles, Commercial, Outdoor, Exterior Tiles, Sports Export Markets: Global
Material: Ceramic Tiles Size: 150*900mm,150X600mm,600X600mm,400X400mm,500X500mm Surface Treatment: Matt
Technique: Glazed Tile Certification: CE, ISO9001 Sample: Available for Free
Standard: SGS HS Code: 69089000 Thickness: 10mm

Product Description:

Wooden pattern floor/wall tile, first class quality.

1) Matrial: porcelain
Surface: Glazed matt

Size: 150*900mm,150x600mm,300x600mm,400x400mm,500x500mm
Feature: Matt, reluster, glazed, acid Resistant, non-slip
Anti-slip:>R10


2)Usage: Household interior, hotel, shopping mall, supermarket, commercial, etc.
Water Absorption Rate: 0.5%-0.8%;
Thickness: 9.5-10mm

3)Transportation: By sea, by land or appointed by customer


No.Inspection ItemUnitProvisions of StandardsInspection ResultQualified or failed
1Length & widthmm± 0.6-0.09%~+0.11%Qualified
± 0.5-0.01%~+0.01%Qualified
2Thickness%± 5+1.80%~+2.97%Qualified
3Squarenedd%± 0.2-0.03~+0.04Qualified
4Water Absorption%Average:0.11%
Individual maximum:0.13%
Average: 0.11%
Individual maximum: 0.13%
Qualified
Qualified
5Breaking StrengthNThickness≥ 7.5mm,not less than 1300N2230NQualified
6Rupture ModulusMpa-Average≥ 35 Mpa individual≥ 32Average:48.1MPa
Individual maximum: 46.6 MPa
Qualified
Qualified
7Report abrasion class and cycles passed-Report abrasion class and cycles passedClass 3 falture visible at 750 revolutionsQualified
8Crazing resistance-RequiredFully resistantQualified


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Q:how do i get black grout stains off of white tile???
if the stain is on the tile .. dont use anything rough like a wire scouring pad.. its bad it will scatch your tile.. if you want to get the stain out use a soft non scratching sponge with the green pad on the back .. pour some bleach on it.. or use a cream cleaner eg.. vim with bleach already in it .. sprinkle it all around the stained area.. and scrub and whip the stain away .. trust me it works and its not so bad smelling as using pour bleach.. .. and this method is assume on bathroom tiles around the toilet and the shower too .. leaves a nice clean fresh smell in the room ..
Q:installing ceramic tile?
Hay Joe , to install tile on a concrete floor , first you need to know that you don,t have any moisture problems with the concrete , then you need to make sure the slab is level and free or voids ,if there is you need to use a flash patch on it, once all this is done, then you deed to decide what size tile you want to use ,this will determine what size notch trowel to use. you want to use thin set to install your tile then sanded grout to grout your tile then seal. pickup a bag of thin set and read the back it will tell you what size trowel for the size tile and how much thin set you will need to do the job .the same goes for the grout. ask a floor salesmen for help. good luck!!
Q:How to calculate the area of the toilet and kitchen tiles
Wall, then the first to calculate the area of the wall, and then see what type of brick you buy, if it is 30x45, that is 30x45 =? And then divided by 10000 to get that number is your product to use a few pieces of brick, and then multiplied by the number of square meters, tiles is the same algorithm
Q:Help with tiling on walls?
A very common decision to make when re-tiling is whether to tile over existing tile or remove the old tiles first. It is quite common to tile over existing tile, and should not be a problem, but there are a few points to bear in mind, or worth considering. If tiling over tile The existing tiles must be soundly bonded to the walls. Obviously, no matter how well fixed the new tiles are, if the old tiles de-bond from the wall and fall off, then so will the new ones. Make sure the old tiles are well fixed. One way to check is to gently tap them. If it sounds very hollow then they are likely not well bonded. Pay particular attention to wet areas which are more likely to have problems. The existing tiles need to be clean and free of grease or other contaminants which could affect the bond of the adhesive used for the new tiles. Some backgrounds such as plaster and plasterboard have a recommended weight limit for a square unit of measurement. That means that for instance plasterboard will have a maximum weight of tiles or stone you can fix to it, which if surpassed may cause a structural failure. This is unlikely to be a problem if both old and new tiles are smaller format, thinner tiles, but could be an issue if using large format, heavier tiles on top. It especially likely to be a problem with natural stone tiles which tend to be heavier due to their thickness. Only certain tile adhesives are suitable for tile on tile. Check manufacturers instructions .
Q:Cutting ceramic tile?
Tile Cutting Bit
Q:how to finish edge of ceramic tile counter?
I agree with most of the answers already submitted. My preference for your finish would be the stained oak trim. In my opinion- a wood edge finish for a tiled counter is always superior to other finishes because this edge gets a lot of abuse and the wood can handle it without cracking, breaking or chipping. As for the chipped edges from your tile saw. There are a variety of qualities to blades and saws and tile. You've been challenged by probably not the highest quality in all categories. Not to worry- if you get a sanding stone available at your home repair store you can give the edge a quick rub to smooth the worst of the cuts.
Q:Which one is easy to clean unpolished or polished tile?
definetley polished. smoother things are always easier to clean, because dust and dirt slides off them easier.
Q:Laying down Ceramic Tiles?
Now why would you want to cover up a natural wood floor? You can lay the tiles on top of it. you would have to strip the floor first of any wax build up. use an adhesive made for tiles then grout in the gaps. Doors will need to be shaved on the bottom so you will have a quarter inch clearance. Any Lowe's, 84, or home Depot will have helpful instructions along with the materials needed.
Q:laying ceramic tile on linoleum?
It's not a good idea---ceramic tile is a big investment in effort, money and time. If you don't want to peel up the linoleum (which is not too hard to do, really)---get really nice new vinyl-linoleum and place over it (covering the seams with each tile middle, in a different pattern), or lay down a sheet of linoleum. Vinyl will stick well onto vinyl. Ceramic tile really needs a solid cement or wood surface to bond to.
Q:is vinyl roll and vinyl tile the same?
That is basically correct. Vinyl rolls are sheet goods rolled in one piece to allow for seamless flooring. Tiles are boxed and set in place one at a time and is easier than installing sheet goods.

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