Wood Grain Looking Tile Kera Wenge comes in the dark wood color. It’s an excellent option for a transitional or traditional flooring with its subtle design. 8×48 rectified porcelain tile from Spain
Wood Grain Looking Tile In The Dark Color.
One of the most classy looks in hardwood flooring is the dark color wood. This is a timeless look that suits multiple interior styles with an upscale feel. Wood grain looking tile Kera Wenge is a beautiful porcelain tile that will add the same feel to the interiors for a lower budget. Besides, it’s a durable alternative that won’t require maintenance, and that will also clean easily.
Wood Grain Looking Tiles Are Redefining the Use of Hardwood Floors In The Living Spaces
Thanks to the superior features of porcelain tiles, today we can carry the beautiful hardwood floors into every room with no worry. Most wood grain tile generates good friction in wet areas. Besides, they are 100% waterproof products. We can use them in bathrooms and kitchens, our we can even cover the exterior walls of a building to create a modern style that also feels luxurious.
PEI And Water Absorption
We call ceramic tiles with low water absorption, the porcelain tile. Water absorption 0.5% is what turns the ceramic into extremely though porcelain. Therefore, water absorption is what indicates the hardness of the porcelain tile. Wood Grain Looking Tile Kera Wenge is true porcelain that comes with water absorption of 0.5% or below. 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 PEI for residential surfaces is III, for commercial surfaces is IV. PEI V is for extreme foot areas such as malls or airports. Whereas some glossy tiles may have more than 0.5% water absorption level for the glossy glaze stick to the body, almost all porcelain tiles are made within the PEI III-IV rate. A PEI-III porcelain tile will last much longer than a PEI-IV ceramic tile. Wood Grain Looking Tile Kera Wenge comes with PEI-IV.
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.