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Types of Tiles


Vitrified Tiles

Vitrified Tiles

Vitrified tile is a tile produced using vitrification. By this process the tiles created have very low porosity. making it stain-resistant and strong. It is an alternative to marble and granite flooring.Vitrified Tile is made by baking fine minerals like clay and silica, at extreme high temperatures where the individual grains or particles melt and fuse make a vitreous surface. Thus creating a single mass making them extremely hard with low porosity.Vitrified tile is a tile produced using vitrification. By this process the tiles created have very low porosity. making it stain-resistant and strong. It is an alternative to marble and granite flooring.

Digital Wall Tiles / Glazed Tiles

Digital Wall Tiles / Glazed Tiles

Glazed tile is a type of ceramic tile to which a glaze has been applied. After the glaze is painted or sprayed on, the tile is filed at high temperatures, causing a chemical reaction which makes the glaze vitrify, essentially turning into glass.Glazed vitrified tiles (GVT) have a glazed surface. They offer a wide variety of design, art work and surface textures like wood grain, bamboo, slate or stone.

Digital Floor TIles

Digital Floor TIles

A tile is a manufactured piece of hard-wearing material such as ceramic, stone, metal, or even glass, generally used for covering roofs, floors, walls, showers, or other objects such as tabletops.It is used for wall and ceiling applications.Tiles are most often made of ceramic.Glazed tile is a type of ceramic tile to which a glaze has been applied. After the glaze is painted or sprayed on, the tile is filed at high temperatures, causing a chemical reaction which makes the glaze vitrify, essentially turning into glass.

Porcelain Tiles

Porcelain Tiles

Porcelain is A hard, white, translucent ceramic made by firing a pure clay and then glazing it with variously colored fusible materials.It is hard but delicate shiny white substance made by heating a special type of clay to a high temperature, used to make cups, plates, decorations, etc.

Eleation Tiles

Eleation Tiles

Eleation tiles is in interiors and exteriors of your home.Give your home a new and glorious look with elevation tiles.Give your home a new and glorious look with Elevation Tiles. You can use these tiles in interiors and exteriors.

Quartz Stone Tiles

Quartz Stone Tiles

Quartz Stone Tiles is a composite material made by sruched of stone by aghesive.The two common stones used in producing these products are marbles and quartz.engineered marbles the most common application is indoor flooring and walls, while the quartz based product is used primarily for kitchen countertops.

Sanitary ware

Sanitary ware

Sanitary ware is plumbing fixtures, as sinks or toilet bowls, made of ceramic material or enameled metal.Sanitary ware are Devices of porcelain enamel, stainless steel, or other material, such as bathtubs, sewer pipes, toilet bowls, and washbasins.

Quarry Tiles

Quarry Tiles

Quarry tile is a building construction material made by the extrusion process from natural clay or shales.Traditional quarry tile was unglazed and either red or gray,quarry tile is available with abrasive frit embedded in the surface to provide a non-slip finish in wet areas such as commercial kitchens.Quarry tile is extensively used for floors where a very durable material is required like indoor or outdoor.High quality quarry tiles are made from a mixture of natural ingredients including clays, shales and feldspar.These tiles are slip resisting and are an excellent choice for areas subject to heavy spills and moisture.

Mosaic Tiles

Mosaic Tiles

Mosaic is the art of creating images with an assemblage of small pieces of colored glass, stone, or other materials. It is a technique of decorative art or interior decoration. Most mosaics are made of small, flat, roughly square, pieces of stone or glass of different colors, known as tesserae; but some, especially floor mosaics, may also be made of small rounded pieces of stone, and called "pebble mosaics".mosaic is "a picture or other design constructed from smaller pieces"A special feature is that the pieces are normally solid and durable. The physical qualities of the materials add greatly to the significance of the mosaic.Tiles and mosaics are so closely connected it can be hard to make distinctions. Geometric tile arrangements are mosaics, and many mosaics are made of tiles, whether glass or ceramic.

Pebble Tile

Pebble Tile

pebble tiles are tiles made up of small pebbles attached to a backing. The tile is generally designed in an interlocking pattern so that final installations fit of multiple tiles fit together to have a seamless appearance. A relatively new tile design, pebble tiles were originally developed in Indonesia using pebbles found in various locations in the country. Today, pebble tiles feature all types of stones and pebbles from around the world.

Islamic Tile

Islamic Tile

Early Islamic mosaics in Persia consist mainly of geometric decorations in mosques and mausoleums, made of glazed brick. Typical turquoise tiling becomes popular in 10th-11th century and is used mostly for Kufic inscriptions on mosque walls.

Ceiling Tile

Ceiling Tile

Ceiling tiles are lightweight tiles used in the interior of buildings. They are placed in an aluminium grid and they provide little thermal insulation but are generally designed to improve the acoustics of a room. Mineral fibre tiles are fabricated from a range of products; wet felt tiles can be manufactured from perlite, mineral wool, and fibers from recycled paper, stonewool tiles are created by combining molten stone and binders which is then spun to create the tile, or gypsum tiles which are based on the soft mineral and then finished with vinyl, paper or a decorative face.

Glass Tiles

Glass Tiles

Glass tiles are tiles which have been made from glass.and glass tiles can be used in a wide variety of applications,Some glass tiles are made from recycled glass. Recycled glass tiles come in a range of colors, shapes, and sizes, and in addition to being visually interesting, they are also environmentally sound, because they keep glass out of landfills, giving it a second lease on life in the form of tiles.lass was used in mosaics as early,Whereas clay tiles are dated as early as 8000 BC, there were significant barriers to the development of glass tiles, included the high temperatures required to melt glass, and the complexities of mastering various annealing curves for glass.

Western tilework

Western tilework

Medieval Europe made considerable use of painted tiles, sometimes producing very elaborate schemes, of which few have survived. Religious and secular stories were depicted. The imaginary tiles with Old testament scenes shown on the floor in Jan van Eyck's 1434 Annunciation in Washington are an example. The 14th century "Tring tiles" in the British Museum show childhood scenes from the Life of Christ, possibly for a wall rather than a floor,[15] while their 13th century "Chertsey Tiles", though from an abbey, show scenes of Richard the Lionheart battling with Saladin in very high-quality work. Medieval letter tiles were used to create Christian inscriptions on church floors.

Decorative tilework and coloured brick

Decorative tilework and coloured brick

Decorative tilework should be distinguished from mosaic, where forms are made of great numbers of tiny irregularly positioned tesserae in a single colour, usually of glass or sometimes ceramic. The earliest evidence of glazed brick is the discovery of glazed bricks in the Elamite Temple at Chogha Zanbil, dated to the 13th century BC. Glazed and coloured bricks were used to make low reliefs in Ancient Mesopotamia, most famously the Ishtar Gate of Babylon (ca. 575 BC), now partly reconstructed in Berlin, with sections elsewhere. Mesopotamian craftsmen were imported for the palaces of the Persian Empire such as Persepolis.

Digital printed tiles

Digital printed tiles

Printing techniques and digital manipulation of art and photography are used in what is known as "custom tile printing". Dye sublimation printers, inkjet printers and ceramic inks and toners permit printing on a variety of tile types yielding photographic-quality reproduction.[18] Using digital image capture via scanning or digital cameras, bitmap/raster images can be prepared in photo editing software programs. Specialized custom-tile printing techniques permit transfer under heat and pressure or the use of high temperature kilns to fuse the picture to the tile substrate. This has become a method of producing custom tile murals for kitchens, showers, and commercial decoration in restaurants, hotels, and corporate lobbies.