Choosing ceramic tiles is not just big and thick

2022-07-22
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Does thick and big tiles mean better quality? Is the thickness of glaze related to antibacterial? In fact, choosing ceramic tiles will lead to misunderstanding if you don't pay attention. Myth 1: the bigger the tiles, the better. It is undeniable that large tiles make your home look elegant, but it is not the bigger the better. The size and thickness of ceramic tiles are not directly

does thick and large ceramic tiles mean better quality? Is the thickness of glaze related to antibacterial? In fact, choosing ceramic tiles will lead to misunderstanding if you don't pay attention

myth 1 the bigger the tile, the better

it is undeniable that large floor tiles make your home look elegant, but it is not the bigger the better. The size and thickness of ceramic tiles are not directly proportional to the quality. At present, ceramic tiles are developing in the direction of light, thin and solid. Generally speaking, the thickness of commonly used polished bricks or vitrified bricks should be 10~12 mm, and the weight of a single 800 mm brick is about 15 kg. The larger and thicker bricks are not only not economical, but also increase the pressure on the floor. At the same time, the size of tiles should match the indoor environment and space

Myth 2. Glaze thickness represents sterility

at present, with the continuous hype of the antibacterial concept, some businesses also take the opportunity to play with the antibacterial concept, and some businesses boast that a thicker glaze can achieve the sterile effect. In fact, the manufacturer chooses how much glaze to use on the ceramics according to their own needs. In order to make the product surface smooth, the manufacturer will add several layers of glaze according to the need to achieve the effect of a more smooth product surface. In fact, it doesn't matter how many layers of glaze, as long as the surface finish of the product meets the national standard, it is a qualified product. In addition, from a technical point of view, it is unrealistic for sanitary products to reach what some manufacturers call "sterility". At present, it can only be said that some products have self-cleaning and antibacterial functions due to the addition of antibacterial agents in the glaze, but the duration of their antibacterial effect is difficult to determine, and it will not be once and for all

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