Natron White 24×48 Rectified Polished Porcelain Tile from Turkey
Natron White is concrete effect tile with minimum amount of design. It has a grayish – white background color with an outstanding polish finish. It’s a great alternative for those are looking for the industrial style tiles with a polished finish.
Besides its attractive design and colors, Natron White comes with great price tag and the extra qualities that Turkish manufacturer Seranit offers:A colored porcelain body that is 10 times stronger than traditional porcelain tiles and a high tech polished finish that we can only see in high-end Italian and Spanish tiles.
This tile is also a great choice for kitchens and bathrooms as well as commercial, high foot areas. Moreover, only two pieces of this tile will cover most walls perfectly when installed vertically. Another rising trend for the use of concrete effect tiles is to create an accent wall in the living rooms on which a flat-screen tv is mounted.
Wherever you want to use it, concrete effect tile Natron White will add a modern yet elegant look to your interiors.
Concrete Effect Tile Natron White is an extra-strong porcelain tile that offers also a colored body.
Porcelain tile is a ceramic tile with low water absorption. The low water absorption level is what makes the porcelain harder and a superior product compared to ceramic tile. Therefore water absorption is the single value to determine a tile’s durability. Where as the water absorption(E) of standard porcelain tile is 0.5%, Natron comes with E≤ 0.06%. This is the hardness of Technical Porcelain tiles that are made for large scale commercial projects. Concrete Effect Tile Natron White is an extremely hard product with 0.5% or below water absorption.
PEI is value that’s widely confused with tile classes. Unlike the impression most people are under, tile classes refer to visual abrasion of the glaze. It does not grade the durability of the porcelain. Concrete effect Natron White porcelain tile comes with the colored body (also confused with through body porcelain tile) The porcelain body under the glaze is a similar color color as the surface of the tile.