Glazed Porcelain Floor Tile 600x600mm CMAX-Y6853

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Glazed Porcelain Floor Tile: Glazed Porcelain Floor Tile

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Glazed Porcelain Tile CMAX-TB6028 is one of the popular colors in the present market. It could be used for interior floor and wall for apartment, villa, as well as other public areas. Now with the development of production technology and innovation of design, people could get models they like more easily and fast.


Product Features


  Glazed Porcelain Floor Tile

   Grade AAA available only

   Mainly the basic size is 600*600mm, which could be cut into 30*60mm, 30*30mm, 15*60mm, 10*60mm.

  Strict quality control system on water absorption rate, color shade, deformation as well as packing.

  More competitive prices in China supplying market

  OEM service could be offered based on the actual requirement

  Professional sales team for the whole purchasing process.


Product Specification 


  Tile Type: Glazed Porcelain Floor Tile

  Quality standard: GB/T4100-2006, ISO13006, ISO9001

  Water Absorption Rate: 0.5%

  Length and Width Tolerance: ±0.1%

  Surface Smoothness: ±0.5%

  Edge Straightness: ±0.5%

  Wearing Strength: 1600 mm3

  Slip Resistance: 0.5

  Resistance to Staining: Class 3.


Packing Information (For 27.5 Tons heavy 20’Fcl)


  For 600x600mm, 4pcs/Ctn, 40 Ctns/Pallet, 840 Ctns/20’Fcl, 1209.6m2/20’Fcl

      For Packing StandardPaper Carton + Wooden Pallet


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Glazed Porcelain Floor Tile 600x600mm CMAX-Y6853

Glazed Porcelain Floor Tile 600x600mm CMAX-Y6853





1.    For Glazed Porcelain Floor Tile, what is the difference from polished porcelain tile?

—— For Glazed Porcelain Floor Tile, there is a special glaze layer on the tile surface, which makes the surface feel matt or rough, while the surface of polished porcelain tile is glossy and smooth.


2.   What is the delivery time after we paid the deposit?

—— Normally, we shall get all items ready for loading within 3 weeks after we get the deposit or the formal Letter of Credit. For orders which demand cutting job, it will take a longer time.


3.   For the delivery term, could you go with CFR our port?

—— Yes, of course. We have very good relationship with those big shipping company, such as COSCO, MSC, HPL etc. We have a very professional logistic team to arrange the shipping issue well.


4.   Could you company supply polished porcelain tile?

—— Yes. We could supply various kinds of polished porcelain tile, with size 60*60, 80*80, 100*100 and 60*120.


5.   Could you put some samples in the container of our orders?

—— Yes. We’d like to offer free samples in the containers to our clients, with a certain quantity of different models.


6.   Could we be your exclusive agent in our country?

—— Possibly. For some countries we are hoping to find a proper partner in working market together. For sure we need to have a good talking for the details.


7.   Could we arrange the our own QC to check the items before container loading?

—— Yes, of course. Your quality checking will be welcome all the times.


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Q:In tiling a small square area in front of my entrance, where do I lay the first tile: middle or a corner?
Of course you start in the middle...but then again there are two ways of starting in the middle. Measure the space. Measure the tile and add the thickness of the future grout line. When you expect to cut the tile, and one always expects to cut the tile, you want to make sure that if you in fact begin with a GROUT LINE down the middle, you will have tiles of at least 1/2 the size down the sides. You don't want slivers of cut tile because your tile almost made it to the walls. So you may want a whole tile centered in the entry rather than the grout line. You can always lay the tiles out and see how it will look. Generally you do not want to use a wall as a straight edge, because usually they are neither straight nor parallel, nor perpendicular to other lines. Cutting a tile ever so slightly over a short distance will hide the building's flaws. Over a long distance it might become noticable. When you lay the tile out and you can decide where to end it rather than it automatically ending at a wall or something, you could start a nearly whole or whole tile at the door. Again you don't want a sliver of tile anywhere. If your tile is ceramic and has a stone pattern, be sure to orient them differently so as to minimize the repetitiveness. Never start in a corner.
Q:Price to install porcelain tile?
Normal price to just install tile and porcelain is no different to install, will range from 4/6 $ a s/f.. So he/ she is doing all the rip out / disposal and prep work for basically free.. If they do check out w/ their references and have all insurances.Liability and workmans comp, then you may well go for it.. Times are slow now and they may very well be cutting you a deal to get a good job. Any questions you have on how he/ she is doing it ( as far as what materials and such so you know their not cutting corners) you can e mail me through my avatar and check my qualifications there.. GL
Q:Tiled over electrical outlet what can I do?
I'm guessing you probably put backer board down and forgot to cut the receptacle hole. If you can figure out which tile it's behind you can strike the tile in the center hard enough to break it and then use a hammer and chisel to chisel out the pieces. The backer board will chisel out easily. If you don't know the exact location you may have to remove more than one. That's OK because the mortar is probably still a little soft.The other option would be to use a 4 grinder and cutting wheel to cut the tile and backer board out with. If all that works out then you'll probably need to replace the outlet with a GFCI outlet if it's near a water source. Good luck
Q:Tile maintenance
In fact, no need to do special maintenance! There are a lot of tiles clean economy, a lot of selling sealants will have to sell. However, if you want to maintain, the main attention to the following points: 1, to maintain the dryness of tiles, high grade tiles will not be affected by the air humidity, mainly cement and other auxiliary materials! 2, oil, furniture, electrical killer, of course, is one of the scourge of tiles, kitchen weight, range hood had to match! The hood is always kept clean under it! 3, the bathroom, the hero can not withstand the fist, the bathroom is the most easy to dirty, the use of the most places, so keep the bathroom ventilation, equipped with a common dirt treatment agent is king! 4, living room, restaurant, there is nothing to pay attention to, and 2 days swept away, 5 days a drag enough 5, do not let the weapon, heavy objects suddenly come into contact with the tiles, no matter how good the tiles can be immune to several times, but can not often!
Q:ceramic tiles?
Bleach water or vinegar water
Q:i have tile for my walls in bathroom and a couple have fallen off?
let the wall dry , overnight if needed. use contact cement (because your tile is some form of plastic) this cement could be in a can, liquid form yellow in color , or could be obtain in spray . try Lowe's, home depot or any other hardware, even walmart. then apply on both surfaces;wall and tile , wait 15 mins. or more if is cold where you are.. and lay it in place. don't mess this motion or you wont be able to undo it unless you brake it . One note ,do not inhale this cement too long , or you will be higher than a kite.
Q:How many square meters of tiles (wall) (Tiles) multiple?
Specifications are not the same size is not the same weight Asked I'm talking about a square meter
Q:Questions about laying bathroom floor tiles?
you actually *can* install ceramic tile over vinyl flooring, if the vinyl is in good shape and not coming up or bubbling. you would need to use a mutliflex thinset instead of a standard thinset for the ceramic tiles to stick. now this only works if the vinyl is over concrete. if it's over wood, then an underlayment is needed. if the vinyl is in poor shape, pull it up. if in doubt as to it's quality, pull it up. 1/4 or 1/2 hardibacker or durarock are your options for your underlayment. use a multiflex thinset to adhere to the vinyl or wood subfloor and screw the board down every 6 inches. if your floor is a concrete slab don't bother with the underlayment; just tile directly over the concrete. leave a slight gap from your tile to your wall, then install your base and/or shoe molding. grouting the space between the tile and wall would be a waste of time and grout. don't bother; the base will cover it. i agree with the 1/8 grout joint. a much better look to it than a larger joint. keep in mind the thinset rules: a tile up to 12 requires a 3/8 notch of thinset, a tile 16 to 18 needs a 1/2 notch, and anything over 18 requires a 3/4 notch. this guarantees that there will be no thinset adhesian failures. good luck!
Q:tiling over vinyl?
Strip the floor down to the plywood or whatever it's made of. Use a level to see if the floor needs to be leveled out. Then set the tiles and use mortar.
Q:What kind of tiles are suitable for home decoration?
Look at the style you like and the stress you can afford

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