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As an important part of building materials, ceramic tiles are not only often used for outdoor decoration, but also widely used in home interior decoration. However, many owners know very little about ceramic tiles and have no idea when choosing the thickness of ceramic tiles. I do n’t know whether they should buy thicker or thinner ceramic tiles. In fact, thick tiles and thin tiles have their own characteristics. Understanding the differences and advantages and disadvantages between them will help to choose the tiles that are more suitable for the decoration needs of your home.
Thick tiles are stronger and thin tiles are the trend. How to choose the right tiles?
What is thick tile
For the definition of thick tiles, there is no "expressly stipulated" standard in the industry. Since the thickness of ordinary porcelain tiles is between 6㎜-15㎜, in most cases, the products with higher thickness than ordinary ceramic tiles are regarded as thick tiles. When buying ceramic tiles, many owners have this misunderstanding, thinking that the quality of thick tiles is better, and the heavier the weight, the more the weight. Admittedly, based on the inherent advantages of thick tiles in terms of thickness, its hardness, strength and firmness are indeed higher than ordinary tiles. However, thick tiles also have inherent disadvantages in paving, such as being unsuitable for wall mounting and increasing difficulty in paving.
What is thin tile
Through the understanding of thick tiles, it is clear that the definition of thin tiles is also coming out. Obviously, thin tiles refer to tiles that are thinner than ordinary tiles, usually less than 6㎜. In recent years, with the "light and thin" market trend, thin tiles have become more and more popular. For consumers, the decorative effect of thin tiles is more beautiful, and the difficulty of paving is reduced; for ceramic tile merchants, thin tiles use less materials and lighter weight, reduce production costs and transportation costs, and have greater profit margins. However, due to the thinner thickness of thin tiles, some processes cannot be operated, and the strength and bearing capacity of ceramic tiles will also decrease.
How to choose
Thick tiles and thin tiles have their own advantages and disadvantages, which one should you choose when decorating? In fact, the selection of ceramic tiles can not only look at the thickness, but to look at their comprehensive practical performance as a whole, in addition to hardness and load-bearing, but also depends on wear resistance, water absorption and so on. In general, since the ground is trampled every day and bears the weight of furniture, it needs better load-bearing capacity. It is recommended to consider thick tiles on the ground tiles. The light and thin tiles can be pasted more firmly on the wall. It is recommended to consider thin tiles for wall tiles.
The above is an introduction to the advantages and disadvantages of thick and thin tiles and how to choose them. Through understanding, we can find that there is no inherent difference between thick tiles and thin tiles. The selection of ceramic tiles also needs to start from the actual needs of home decoration.
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