Frequently Asked Questions

Ceramic Tile is a generic name for ceramic surfacing units that are relatively thin in relation to facial area; made from clay or a mixture of clay, and other ceramic material. Like all ceramic materials, tiles are hard, strong, hygienic, easy to clean, not combustible and fire resistant.

Porcelain Tiles is a type of ceramic tile having specific properties. ANSI A137.1 American National Standard Specifications for Ceramic Tile defines porcelain tiles as being dense, smooth and impervious- with water absorption of .5 percent or less.

Glazed tiles are coated with a liquid glass, which is then baked into the surface of the clay. The glaze provides an unlimited array of colors and designs as well as protects the tile from staining. The unglazed tiles are pretty much the same as the glazed tile, except that their surface is not coated. Full-body porcelain tiles do not show wear because their color extends throughout the tile, making them ideal for commercial applications.

Ceramic floor tiles are made mostly of clay, with the addition of sand, and other natural minerals. They have been used for indoor and outdoor flooring for thousands of years. They can be glazed or unglazed.

Vitrified tiles come in polished and unpolished finishes. As the name goes, the polished tiles have sheen while the unpolished ones do not have sheen.

To be used outdoors, we recommend the tile must be frostproof and unglazed for floor use. Make sure the absorption rate is 0.5% or less.

Some companies in Morbi manufacturers vitrified tiles with glazed surface. it is called Glazed Vitrified Tiles (GVT). Main advantage with GVT is it offers option of making any type of design/art work that is only possible in this type of vitrified tiles.

To be used outdoors, we recommend the tile must be frostproof and unglazed for floor use. Make sure the absorption rate is 0.5% or less.

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