Classification of ceramic tiles

- Mar 16, 2018 -

Tiles are refractory or refractory metal oxides and semi-metal oxides, which are formed by the process of grinding, mixing, pressing, glazing, and sintering. As a tile, its raw materials are mostly made of clay, quartz sand, etc. According to the production process and features points: whole body tiles, glazed tiles, antique bricks, mosaics, according to home use sites: wall tiles and floor tiles.

Whole brick: that is, we often say that the earth tiles, it is divided into three kinds of light, matt and seepage brick, is widely used in the living room, aisles and outdoor walkways and other ground, generally less used on the wall;

Glazed tiles: The glazed tiles are glazed on the surface of the tiles. The colors and patterns are rich and varied. The antifouling effect is good, but the wear resistance is not as good as that of a brick. It is divided into light and matt, and it is generally used as kitchen and indoor space walls. Face use

Antique tiles: In fact, it is glazed porcelain tiles, but the style is more antique, suitable for European home decoration use;

Mosaic: It is a kind of brick with special existence. It is generally made up of dozens of small bricks to form a relatively large brick. The patterns are colorful and suitable for small indoor walls and outdoor walls and floors.

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