Concrete Look Porcelain Tile Molz Grey comes with a stylish design that mimics an old concrete surface in a light grey color. Besides its amazing graphic design, this tile comes with very high specs which makes it an excellent choice for extreme foot traffic.
Concrete Look Porcelain Tile That You Can Use In Extreme Foot Traffic Ares
Moltz Grey’s porcelain body that comes with ≥0.06% water absorption is over 10 times harder than standard porcelain tiles. The number of manufacturers that are capable of producing such a hard tile is only a hand full in entire Europe. Besides, its body is the same color as its surface that we call color or colored body.
Scratch Resistance of porcelain tiles is measured by Mohs. It’s s a scale of 1 to 10 according to the hardness of minerals that can scratch the tile. The biggest concern for porcelain tile is the silica (sand) which is Mohs 7. Concrete Look Porcelain Tile Molz Grey’s surface is Mohs 8.
Unfortunately, the first result that comes up on Google Search about porcelain tile’s Mohs, states that most porcelain tiles come with a Mohs value of 7, 8, and 9. This information is imaginary. We asked for its correction. The hardest porcelain tiles are technical porcelain tiles. Whereas polished technical porcelain tiles come with a Mohs rating of 7, Matte finish technical porcelain tiles come with a Mohs rating of 8. We haven’t yet seen a porcelain tile that comes with a Mohs 9. If there is, Such porcelain tile is extremely rare.