The section below provides an information resource covering the care, use and installation of ceramic tiles. From manufacturering methods and tolerances to terminology and commonly encountered issues, you’ll find the answers to your questions in the articles below.
INSTALLING LARGE FORMAT CERAMIC TILES Modern manufacturing techniques have allowed the production of large format porcelain tiles with a high degree of accuracy in size and shape. This has enabled tiles to very effectively mimic the appearance of other materials such as large stone slabs and timber planks. Such products provide the benefits of porcelain... View Article
Abrasion resistance Is the degree to which a floor tile’s surface will withstand friction (the wear of foot traffic; resistance is determined by abrasion tests. (AS 4459-7) classifies tiles from Group 1 (suitable for light residential traffic) to Group 5 (suitable for commercial traffic). Absorption The quantity of water a tile can absorb expressed as... View Article