Second, brick The surface of the bricks is not glazing, […]
The surface of the bricks is not glazing, and the material and color of the front and back surfaces are the same, hence the name. Whole brick is a kind of wear-resistant brick. Although there are other varieties such as osmotic brick, relatively speaking, its color is less than glazed tile. As interior design is more and more inclined to plain design, whole body bricks are becoming more and more fashionable. They are widely used on the grounds of renovation projects such as halls, aisles, and outdoor walkways. Generally, they are less likely to be used for walls. Most non-slip bricks are all bricks. The common specifications of bricks are 300x300mm, 400x400mm, 500x500mm, 600x600mm, 800x800mm and so on.
Three, polished tiles
The polished brick is a kind of bright brick that has been polished on the surface of the whole body. Polished bricks are a kind of bricks. Compared to the flat surface roughness of a brick, the polished tile must be more polished. Polished tiles are hard, wear-resistant and suitable for use in most indoor spaces except the restroom, kitchen and indoor environment. Based on the application of the infiltration technology, the polished tiles can make various kinds of imitating and imitating wood effects. Perhaps it is the industry's general idea, perhaps the intention of the industry, but the polished brick has left a fatal flaw: easy to dirty. This is caused by the uneven pores that are left by the polishing of the polished tiles. These pores can contaminate the tiles, causing the polished tiles to be stained and discolored. Even some of the tea is poured on the polished tiles. Perhaps everyone realizes this, in the later some good quality polished bricks have added a layer of anti-fouling layer at the factory, but this anti-fouling layer makes the tiles lose the effect of brick body. If you want to continue the whole body, you have to continue to brush the antifouling layer. In the decoration industry, water wax is applied before construction to prevent sticking. The common specifications for polished tiles are 400x400mm, 500x500mm, 600x600mm, 800x800mm, 900x900mm, 1000x1000mm.
Four, glass tiles
In order to solve the easy-to-dirt problem of polished tiles, there is another variety called vitrified tile. Vitrified tiles are actually full tiles. The surface is smooth but does not require polishing, so there is no problem with polishing the pores. Vitrified tiles are a kind of reinforced polished tiles that are fired from high temperatures. The texture is harder and more resistant than the polished tiles. There is no doubt that its price is also higher. Vitrified bricks are mainly floor tiles, and commonly used plans are 400x400mm, 500x500mm, 600x600mm, 800x800mm, 900x900mm, and 1000x1000mm.
Mosaic is a kind of special existence brick, which generally consists of dozens of small bricks to form a relative big brick. It is widely used in indoor small-scale wall surface and outdoor large-size wall and ground with small size and colorfulness.
It is mainly divided into:
1, ceramic mosaic. It is the most traditional kind of mosaic. It is famous for being small and exquisite, but it is relatively monotonous and has a low grade.
2, marble mosaic. It is a type of mosaic that is developed in the medium term and is rich in variety and variety, but its poor acid and alkali resistance and poor water resistance make the market not very good.
3, glass mosaic. The colorfulness of the glass brings vitality to the mosaic. It is divided into a variety of small varieties depending on the variety of glass:
1) Molten glass mosaic. A glass mosaic containing a small amount of bubbles and unmelted particles that is fused with a silicate or the like as the main raw material, and that is melted and molded at high temperatures.
2) Sintered glass mosaic. Glass powder as the main raw material, adding a suitable amount of adhesive, etc., is pressed into a green body with a certain size; a glass mosaic sintered at a certain temperature is used.
3) Venus glass mosaic. Contains a small amount of bubbles and a certain amount of metal crystal particles, with a clear mosaic of glass shimmering.
4. Common specifications Mosaic specifications are 20×20mm, 25×25mm, 30×30mm, and the thickness is between 4mm and 4.3mm. There are other names of bricks on the market, but no matter how they are called, they can basically be classified as one of the above varieties.