Barnwood Porcelain Tile Selandia Fumo comes from Sanish giant Argenta Ceramics. It’s a porcelain tile in 8×48 size with rectified body and endges. This tile comes in a medium grey and ash colors with an authentic wood-look pronounced with imperfections. Yet it maintains a modern style with its graphic and metioulous work in details. Selandia Fumo is an extra ordinary tile that stands out with its design and quality. It’s a tile for those who want to turn the old into a modern style.
Barnwood Porcelain Tile Selandia Fumo has a smooth mat finish that can generate some friction in wet areas. Besides, this durable hardwood alternative offers great durability. Moreover, it will clean with no or a little effort. It’s also extremely hard to scratch.
Barnwood Porcelain Tile Selandia Fumo ’s Water Absorption and PEI
The only difference between porcelain and ceramic is the water absorption level. Cearmic tile with water absorption level 0.5% and less are called porcelain tiles. Law water absorption also indicates a dencer body. Barnwood Porcelain Tile Selandia Fumo comes with water absorption of 0.5% or below. It’s an extremly hard flooring product that will last very long time with the right installation.
Whether porcelain or ceramic, tiles are glazed. PEI is value on scale from I to V that indicates the durability of the glaze. PEI doe not indicate the durability or the hardness of the tile. A PEI-II porcelain tile will last much longer than a PEI-V ceramic tile. The recommended PEI for residential surfaces is III, for commercial surfaces is IV. PEI-V is recommended for extreme foot traffic areas such as malls or airports. However, almost all porcelain tiles are made within the PEI-III and PEI-IV rate.
Barnwood Porcelain Tile Selandia Fumo ’s PEI value is IV.