Published at Tuesday, May 21st, 2019 - 02:43:00 AM. Porcelain Tile. By Berangaria Rougier.
Porcelain tiles sometimes referred as Porcelain Vitrified Tiles are the vitrified category tiles with an absorption rate of less than 0.5 are the new ceramic tiles used in these days to cover floors and walls. Though it was used in olden day's too, modern day's transformation of production processes and quantities made them available to the maximum households. In modern days, the Porcelain tiles production is done both at large scale and small scale thus, making them available to the maximum market space. Furthermore, the hardness of the tiles, assurance by the ISO for the standard in tiles made them much familiar to the normal households.
Porcelain tile and ceramic tile both start off the same, being composed of more or less the same materials, such as clay and quartz. After formation, they are both fired to high temperatures. What spells out the difference between the ceramic white tile and porcelain tile is that the latter uses a more highly refined and purified clay, making the porcelain tile denser than the other tile. This is an extremely important difference, since being more dense means that porcelain tile absorbs far less moisture, making it both durable and stain resistant.
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