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Wear Resistance, Slip Resistance
- Jul 03, 2018 -

Tiles, also known as tiles, are refractory metal oxides and semi-metal oxides that are formed by grinding, mixing, pressing, glazing, and sintering to form an acid-resistant porcelain or stone. Or decorative materials, called tiles. The raw materials are mostly made of clay, quartz sand and the like.

The surface of the whole brick is not glazed, and the material and color of the front and back sides are the same, so it is named as a whole brick.

The whole body brick is a kind of wear-resistant brick. Although there are also varieties such as oozing through-body bricks, relatively speaking, the whole body bricks are not comparable to glazed bricks. As the interior design is more and more inclined to plain design, the whole body brick is becoming more and more fashionable. The whole body brick is widely used in the floor of decoration halls such as halls, aisles and outdoor walkways, and generally will be used less for walls. Face, and most non-slip tiles are all-in-one bricks.

Common bricks have specifications of 300x300mm, 300x600mm, 400x400mm, 500x500mm, 600x600mm, 800x800mm, and so on.

Advantages: Due to the rough surface, wear resistance and slip resistance are the best of all tiles.

When paving tiles, many consumers and workers have encountered difficulties in aligning the corners, which means that the flatness of the tiles may not be too close. When selecting tiles, randomly select a few pieces and look at the edges and diagonals of the tiles separately. If there is a phenomenon of “warping”, it means that the flatness of the tiles is not enough. If not, it means that the tiles are straight. Basically pass, this is also a small trick to buy tiles.

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