Porcelain floor tile,ceramic tile,wall tile,full polished porcelain tile

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1. Description of Porcelain floor tile,ceramic tile,wall tile,full polished porcelain tile


Ceramic tile, is a kind of refractory metal oxides and metal oxide, by grinding, mixing, pressing, glazing, the sintering process, it bcomes acid and alkali resistant porcelain or stone construction or decoration materials, such of these called ceramic tile. Its raw materials are mixture of clay, quartz sand and so on.


According to craft and characteristic, Ceramic tile can be divided into Glaze tile, Full body tile, polishing tile, Rustic tile, Vitrified tile and Mosaic etc. Different characteristics has its own best usage way. 


2. Features of Porcelain floor tile,ceramic tile,wall tile,full polished porcelain tile


Glazed tile: refers to the brick burn with glaze layer surface. This kind of brick is divided into two categories: one is the use of clay firing; Another is made of porcelain clay fire, about 80% of the buyers choose it as ground decorates material.


Full body tile: this is a non-glazed porcelain tiles, has good skid resistance and abrasion resistance. Usually said "slippery prevented floor tile" were mostly body brick. Because the price moderate, it is quite popular with consumers. 


Polished tile: it is polished, this kind of tilt is with high hardness, very wear-resisting. 


Vitrified tile: it is made from high temperature. Vitrified tile is the most hard of all ceramic tile. 


Ceramic Mosaic: also known as Mosaic, with more specifications, thin and small, hard, acid-proof, alkali resistance.


3. Specifications of Porcelain floor tile,ceramic tile,wall tile,full polished porcelain tile


  • Porcelain floor tile,ceramic tile,wall tile,full polished porcelain tile

  • Sizes: 600 x 600, 800 x 800mm, many choices are available

  • Thicknesses: 9.3-9.5mm

  • Water absorption: 0.1%

  • Surface: smooth

  • Min. order quantity:500 SQM

  • Certificates: CE and ISO9001

  • Usage area: Be suitable for market, hospital, metro, school, office building, hotel, real estate, bar and living room etc.

  • Package: standard export paper carton with wooden pallet

  • Payment terms: T/T or irrevocable L/C at sight

  • Delivery time: With 20 days after deposit



4. Images of Porcelain floor tile,ceramic tile,wall tile,full polished porcelain tile


Porcelain floor tile,ceramic tile,wall tile,full polished porcelain tile

Porcelain floor tile,ceramic tile,wall tile,full polished porcelain tile

Porcelain floor tile,ceramic tile,wall tile,full polished porcelain tile

Porcelain floor tile,ceramic tile,wall tile,full polished porcelain tile


5. FAQ



1)  Where it could be applicated?


The living room, kitchen, bathroom, balcony wall ground and local background wall etc.


2)   Are free samples available?.


Yes. But express delivery cost is to be collected and we will pay it back after confirming the order.


3)  What about the lead time for mass production? 

 

Honestly, it depends on the order quantity and the season you place the order. Generally speaking, we suggest that you start inquiry two months before the date you would like to 

get the products at your country.

 

4)  What is your terms of delivery? 

 

We accept EXW, FOB, CIF, etc. You can choose the one which is the most convenient or cost effective for you.  


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Q:how to install wall tiles above a tub?
Remove the old tile and dry wall or what ever wall board is behind the tile, put up a vapor barrier, reset a cement board product and tile. Tile with a thin set , never a mastic in this type of area. This is a general guide to the basics, you need more specifics, since its to much detail to go in here...E mail me through my avatar and check my qualifications there. GL
Q:installing a shower door to a tile shower?
I'll make this a simple answer, tile first.
Q:Just replaced some 3/4 Ply in bathroom. Can I tile right on top of that or do I need an underlayment?
Ceramic tile or vinyl tile? Ceramic tile you need a total substrate of no lees than 1 1/4. This means you need to add a minimum or 1/2 to make it sturdy enough for tile . And the very best ting to use ( for the average DIY) is 1/2 cement board. And this needs to be properly installed. This will comply to ATC and TCA tile codes.. If your using a vinyl tile you possible can go over it all w/o underlayment but I strongly suggest a 1/4 wood underlayment such as luan. This gives you a clean surface to bond to. Any questions you can e mail me through my avatar and check my qualifications there. GL
Q:Gold tiles and gold medals in Asia which is good
2, to see the side of the granules of granules are fine and even, the granules are large, rough, then the brick body density crisp, the use of the process will certainly be a problem, give a simple example: you get the house is usually the embryo room, wall The surface is very rough cement surface, when you use the putty powder after the wall is relatively smooth, delicate, and you use such a standard to see just fine. 3, the brick stand up, hand tapping the brick body, the more crisp the sound to prove that the higher the density of brick, the better the quality, the more dull the tones to prove that the worse the density of tiles, tiles, anti-fouling, 4, if it is to buy polished tiles (600 specifications above the tiles), hand touch the brick body surface (hand back touch), start to feel the more smooth proof of the brick surface of the pinhole less, the higher the anti-fouling ability, as long as Do not worry about non-slip problems in the bathroom or in the kitchen.
Q:Put ceramic tile in Bathroom.?
Thin set will hold it to a sealed ( painted of primered wall) but it will slip and slide down the wall.If your not stacking it on other tile or it is a heavier type pc ( like a chair rail molding) Mastic , the pre mixed glue is a better way to adhere it with the proper amount of glue.Most all tiles will stay on with out support and dry to the point it will tear off dry wall when removed. Mastic can not be used in a wet area such as in a shower/tub. Can be used outside on the wall. Any questions you can e mail me through my avatar and check my qualifications there. GL
Q:Terra cotta Tile?????
You should talk to the distributor. They are the experts on their brand just check out the american florim website. Then you should be able to find one of their show rooms.
Q:how do you remove asbestos floor tiles?
Professionals seal off the room with heavy plastic and even have a separate chamber to change into white suits and respirator and then they shower afterwards . You shouldn't be messing with it!
Q:is vinyl roll and vinyl tile the same?
No it is two completely different things. Vinyl tile is solid vinyl all the way through. Sheet vinyl is a composite of a vinyl wear layer and a base substrate, and many times even having a cushioning layer, so it is a little easier on your feet, sort of a mini anti-fatigue mat. In much the same way as formica has a top wear layer, and a (usually) brown substrate. Vinyl tile is much more durable than sheet goods, you will almost never see sheet goods in a commercial environment, also when damaged, tiles are easier to repair. A tile will gouge or scratch, where as sheet vinyl will tear when heavy appliances are dragged over it. The sheet goods DO give you some cushioning, this is because of the composite backing.
Q:why does ceramic tiles pop up?
Could be the humidity. What did he use to stick them down? Did he use a mastic that comes already mixed in a tub? If so, there will probably always be problems in a humid or wet areas. Thinset is best for tile.
Q:I want to buy tile for my kitchen how much do I get?
Multiply the length by the width of the room, and that will give you the total square footage. If you are doing it in peel back tiles, it is 12 inch, and they are called vynal stick down tiles. (so if your square footage is 400 square feet, you will need 400 tiles) It would probably be best to stick with a 12 inch tile whether you use ceramic tile or stick down. You might also consider to do floating or laminate flooring, we are doing that in our kitchen next week. The guys at Lowes can help you calculate how much you need. Laminate flooring needs a padding, but it snaps together faster, and is less mess than grout. If you kitchen floor is in good condition, you can lay laminate over it. If your old flooring is lynoleum, you could lay the padding over it and then lay the laminate flooring over that. I think it is best to remove the old flooring though. If you are doing stick down tiles, you are going to have to do a wooden under layment. Probably 1/4 inch lugan (sp?) It is really smooth. Or 1/4 inch underlayment made for stick down tiles. I think it comes in 4x4 sheets. The only way you could skip the underlayment is if the lynoluem doesn't have a pattern, and is totally smooth, because if you lay tile over old flooring it is likely to pop up over time. So you have to glue and secure the underlayment every 6 inches, with something like liquid nails or ring shanked nails for underlayment. You know it might be better to tell me what kind of flooring you are going to use and then let me take it from there. The floating flooring is the easiest to do if you don't have a lot of experience in flooring. Can you repost your question and give me more details, so I can answer better.

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