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There are many types of floor tiles on the market, and the names and names of various floor tiles are also different. There are roughly the following types:
Glazed tiles: Refers to tiles with a glaze layer on the surface of the tiles. This kind of brick is roughly divided into two categories: one is fired with clay, this kind of brick has low strength. The water absorption rate is large, and it is not used much in the decoration process; the other is made of porcelain clay. This kind of brick has high strength, low water absorption and strong anti-fouling performance. The glaze is smooth and has good chemical properties. It is widely used in residential floor decoration. The difference between the two types of glazed tiles can also be seen by visual inspection. The back of the bricks fired with clay is red, while the back of the glazed tiles fired with porcelain clay is white.
Whole body brick: This is a non-glazed porcelain brick with good slip resistance and abrasion resistance. Most of the 'anti-slip bricks' we usually call are full-body bricks. The price of this brick is moderate. Very popular with everyone.
Polished tiles: The whole body tiles become polished tiles after being polished. It is a brick that is one grade higher than the full-body brick. This kind of brick is very hard and very wear-resistant.
Vitrified tiles: This is a kind of porcelain tiles fired at high temperature. It is a higher-grade floor tile than polished tiles. This kind of floor tile is the hard one among all the tiles. In addition, the surface of the vitrified brick has a good mirror reflection effect. Therefore, choosing this brick can better express the effect of decoration. The price of this kind of floor tiles is also relatively high, and not many are used in general residential decoration. Wall and floor tiles generally refer to ceramic tiles. It has the advantages of waterproof, moisture-proof, wear-resistant, easy to clean, etc. It is suitable for wet or hygienic spaces, such as kitchens and bathrooms.
Anti-slip bricks: The anti-slip principle of anti-slip bricks is based on the firing temperature of the green body to allocate the corresponding anti-skid base glaze, and add the alumina material of the corundum structure to adjust the firing The temperature at which the glaze is formed. After the flat brick surface is cooled, a uniform, small dot-shaped concave-convex glaze surface that is wear-resistant, stain-resistant and non-slip is formed, thereby achieving the anti-slip effect.
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