White Floor Tile Baranello is one of the most beautiful white marble look tiles that one can find. This tile has 15 meticulously designed graphics, and It’s one of the most popular designs of Spanish TAU. One of the leading manufacturers in the industry. A brand with over 50 years of experience.
White Floor Tile Baranello comes with o white background with soft grey marble veins. What makes this tile so popular is its beautiful marble look that won’t overwhelm the interior while maintaining a real marble-like character and 15 faces that will make it almost impossible for the eye to catch the repeat. Besides, it comes with 1st quality polished finish. Whether It’s kitchen, bathroom, or living room floors, Baranello will look like the real marble and will add an upscale, elegant feel to the interior.
Available in 30×30 Size
White Floor Tile Baranello is available in 30×30 size which is one of the most popular tile sizes that we have today. 30×30 tiles achieve a minimum of 60% less grout compared to old 24×24 tiles. Therefore, It’s becoming the standard size in the category of square tiles.
White Floor Tile Baranello’s Water Absorption and PEI
Water absorption indicates the hardness of the tile. It also what turns a ceramic tile into a porcelain tile. “Ceramic tiles with water absorption of 0.5% and lower are those we call porcelain tiles.” Therefore water absorption is the only value to determine a tile’s durability. Grey And White Floor Tile Baranello comes with water absorption of 0.1% or below. It’s an extremely hard product.
Most ceramic and porcelain tiles are glazed products. PEI is an abrasion value that indicates the wear and tear of the glazed surface on a scale from 1 to 5. The recommended value for residential surfaces is PEI-III, for commercial surfaces is PEI-IV. PEI-V is recommended for extreme foot areas such as malls or airports. All porcelain tiles are made within the PEI-III and IV rate. Grey And White Floor Tile Baranello’s PEI value is V.
Since the durability of a tile depends on water absorption levels, A PEI-III porcelain tile will last much longer than a PEI-IV ceramic tile. However, the quality of the setting materials and the installation can increase or lower the durability of the porcelain floors more than ANY PEI OR WATER ABSORPTION VALUE.