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What is the difference between marble and vitrified tiles?
Vitrified tiles, being non-porous, do not absorb water or other liquids. This helps in making them stain resistant as well. Marble, on the other hand, is a natural stone that flaunts porous properties, hence being prone to absorption of water or other substances that might lead to stains.
What are the main differences between porcelain tile and vitrified tiles?
Porcelain and Vitrified tiles are widely used for their material strength. They have quite a number of similar characteristics yet there are some distinct differences between both the tiles.
What is Nano Tiles?
Porcelain tiles with a nano treatment are more dirt and stain resistant, glossier and have more intense colour. ... A nano polymer compound is pressed into the pinholes of the polished porcelain tile surface. This consists of very light and hard organic nano particles ranging in size from 5nm to1µm.
What is Double Charge Vitrified Tiles?
Double charge vitrified tiles are fed through a press that prints the pattern with a Double layer of pigment, 3 to 4 mm thicker than other types of tile. This process does not permit complex patterns but results in a long-wearing tile surface, suitable for heavy traffic commercial projects.
What is GVT Vitrified Tiles?
Matt Porcelain Glazed Tiles / Glazed Vitrified Tiles (GVT) are glazed surfaced tiles. They offer a vast variety of design, art work and surface textures like wood grain, bamboo, slate or stone. This tile is now printed through digital printing technology
What is pgvt vitrified tiles?
PGVT stands for - POLISHED GLAZED VITRIFIED TILE
It’s main characteristic is that it has a very high gloss polish, which gives a very glossy look.
The composition is as follows (in this order, top to bottom)
1. Thick layer of transparent glaze
2. Digital printed design
3. Waterproof white base
4. Vitrified ceramic body
It is used in areas where a high gloss look is required, mostly in the following cases
2. Hotel lobbies
3. Designer bath & kitchen areas
4. Lobby & common areas
Since the base is vitrified ceramic, this tile is as strong as any other vitrified tile.