24×48 Anderson White Porcelain Tile is not just another white tile. This tile comes with some gold veins and blueish-grey shadows, unlike most white tiles that come with grey veining on a solid white background. Its polished finish and high definition design make it look like real marble. Rectified, flooring tile made in Turkey.
24×48 White Tile Anderson Polished Tile Comes With The Marble look.
Just like the real marble, marble look tiles also come in different colors and veining to suit our taste in interior styling. While white marble with grey veining is and probably will always be the most popular style for our interiors, many people like white marble with warmer tones for traditional or transitional interiors. 24×248 White Tile Anderson makes a great pick in such category with its beautiful graphical work that contains blueish shades of grey and some whites made richer with a pinch of gold. Besides, it comes from one of the most reputable factories in Turkey with the new generation polished finish.
The size of the tile is a feature that evolves.
Along with all the technical aspects of the porcelain tiles, the size is also a feature that evolves. We can tell how old or new the floors are just by looking at the size of the tile. Whereas 24×24 tiles use to be the biggest size for porcelain tile flooring, today manufacturers are able to make bigger tiles to reduce the seam. 24×48 White Tile Anderson will reduce the number of the tile by half compared to 24×24 tiles and will bring a spacious feel to the area since there will be a very little seam. Also, a 24×48 tile is also a new style for bathroom walls and it’s very popular.
Porcelain is a product of ceramic with stronger mass. Its density is measured with its water absorption levels. A” dry pressed ceramic tile with water absorption ≤0.5″ label is the indicator of porcelain tiles. ASTM C1027 is often misused as PEI and most people are under the impression that PEI indicates the tile’s quality. Indeed, ASTM C1027 measures the visual abrasion of the glaze.
ASTM C1027.19 (2019 edition) recommends the following classes
- Class5: Heavy Commercial: suitable for intense commercial and all residential.
- Class4: Commercial: suitable for medium commercial and all residential.
- Class3: Heavy Residential, Light Commercial; suitable for all residential, average abrasion.
However, for commercial floors unglazed through-body or double-charged tiles are more suitable.