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Glazed Polished Porcelain Tile , Marble Effect Porcelain Tiles

CHORA porcelain tile is hard and condense, superficial hardness is very high (hardness 4-5), is scratch-resistant, wear, shock, rupture and compression and have excellent heat-, corrosion- and stain-resistance, not being distorted, split and being-resistant to discoloration, fading, durable and maintenance-free, furthermore, it does not contain any pollution and radiation, thus is an environment-friendly building material, porcelain tile is bright with accurate color dimensions, high-quality finish, fine durability and compression-resistance fine air permeability renewable, environment-friendlyGet more news about Glazed Polished Porcelain Tile,you can vist our website!
3-test report and certification: CHORA Ceramics Company Limited is one of the largest building material enterprises in South China, we mainly produce porcelain tile, cement tile, polished tile
Our products sell well in domestic market and abroad such as Europe, Middle East, Egypt, South Africa, Middle Africa, Italy, South and East Asia, we have a team of hardworking and innovating technical working staff, we have more than 10-professional production lines and first-class equipment to satisfy the professional technology requirements
Brief Introduction:
Porcelain tile is made of refined clay and natural elements. Porcelain tile absorbs less than 0.5 percent of moisture, nearly waterproof. Porcelain tile is denser than ceramic. This gives it better long-term durability and holds up against scratches and scuff marks.

The surface of most ceramic and porcelain tile does not need to be sealed, although some require a light application of a penetrating sealer to fill the micro pores on the surface of the tile. However, the grout joint between the tiles is usually very porous and generally made of a cement-based material.

This makes porcelain tile harder and more impervious to moisture than ceramic tile. Not only is porcelain tile more dense than ceramic tile, but due to its through-body composition, it is considered more durable and better suited for heavy usage than ceramic tile.

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