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How to choose engineering tiles
Engineering bricks are different for home decoration. The use of engineering tiles is large. The number of tiles of the same batch number must be large, so as to ensure that the tiles have the same color and will not be prone to color difference.
Because of the large number of ceramic tiles used in engineering projects, the cost of ceramic tiles is usually controlled strictly. In other words, try to select low-priced products on the premise of meeting the engineering quality requirements. Manufacturers with low product prices and the same product quality are more suitable for engineering project customers to choose.
The floor tiles used in engineering projects are more commonly polished tiles. Because polished tiles are more wear-resistant and more durable than other tiles. The polished tiles are simple in design and can meet the needs of the public, and the price is relatively low. Therefore, polished tiles have always been a common product for engineering floor tiles. The commonly used colors of polished tiles are white polycrystalline, yellow polycrystalline, Pilates, tulip, natural stone, etc.
Glazed interior wall tiles are also commonly used products for engineering project tiles. Glazed interior wall tiles are mainly used for walls in kitchens, bathrooms, balconies, corridors, etc. The colors are mainly light-toned marble patterns and jade patterns. The common specifications of interior wall tiles are 300*600mm, 300*300, 400*800, etc. Kitchen and bathroom non-slip floor tiles are usually used with glazed interior wall tiles, usually 300*300mm tiles.
There are two key points to control the product quality of engineering project ceramic tiles: First, whether there is color difference in the same batch of products. This is an intuitive parameter and also the key. If there is color difference The construction project is more difficult to complete; the second is the flatness, the tiles with poor flatness are difficult to pave, and the pasted floor/wall is wavy. However, special attention should be paid to that the interior wall tiles usually have a certain degree of curvature when they leave the factory, because the brick has a large water absorption rate, and there will be a certain rebound after soaking in water. If the interior wall tiles are straight when they leave the factory, they will turn up corners after being soaked in water.