Wood Tile Logic Coffee comes with a dark brown background color and lots of knots and grains on low contrast graphics. This tile comes with a surface that reduces slipperiness when it’s wet. Even though it has lots of character, the manufacturer’s low contrast graphic design makes this tile a great choice for almost everyone looking for dark brown color wood floors. 9×48 rectified porcelain tile from Spain.
Wood Tile LOGIC Coffee ’s Water Absorption and PEI
Ceramic tiles with water absorption of 0.5% and lower are called porcelain tiles. Therefore water absorption is the only difference between ceramic and porcelain tile and It is the single technical value to determine a tile’s hardness and durability. Wood Tile LOGIC Coffee comes with water absorption of 0.5% or below.
The glaze is the final layer of most tiles. It largely consists of liquid glass. It can be matte or glossy. PEI measures the glaze’s abrasion under foot traffic on a scale I to V.
It doesn’t indicate scratch resistance nor the durability of the tile. Porcelain tiles are extremely tough products. The durability of the tile depends on its hardness along with the quality of the installation and the setting materials. PEI-III for residential, PEI-IV for light commercial areas such as restaurant, stores, etc. and PEI-V is for extreme foot traffics areas such as malls and airports.
Wood Tile Logic Coffee comes with PEI-IV and is ideal for both residential and light commercial areas.
Porcelain tiles are 100% waterproof products. Besides, wood tiles generate better friction than most glazed tiles. Therefore, they make a safer option for kitchen and bathroom floors. Those tiles are also very easy to clean. In most cases, only water is enough to remove most stains and they require no special maintenance. They are also very durable.