Ceramic tiles, once restricted to kitchens and bathrooms, are now a viable option for any business application due to their minimal maintenance quality and versatility.
Ceramic tiles are defined as “thin slabs manufactured from clays and/or other inorganic raw materials, mainly used as covers for floors and walls” by Australian Standard AS 4662-2003, which is identical to Internationally recognised standards ISO 13006:1998(E). It further categorises ceramic tiles based on their manufacturing method and water absorption.
We shall examine the range and variety of product kinds that can be classified as ceramic tile for floors and walls. The technological and aesthetic qualities, as well as the performances of the many types, are extensive.