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33.1x33.1cm Conglomerate Feature floor tile
|Price per Sq. Metre||£14.94|
|Tiles per sq. metre||9|
|Tiles per box||9|
|Coverage per box||1||m2|
|Wall or Floor tile||floor tile|
|Glazed ⓘ The coat of enamel or liquid glass that is applied to ceramic and porcelain tiles. Glazed tiles are non-absorbent so do not require sealing.||Yes|
|Requires Sealing ⓘ unglazed tiles will absorb liquid, which will lead to staining. Thus it’s necessary to apply a protective sealant to unglazed tiles.||No|
|Frost proof ⓘ Different types of floor tiles have different water absorption rates. porcelain tiles are engineered to be frost proof in temperatures below zero as they don’t absorb water (non porous).||-10 ℃|
|Rectified edge ⓘ Has been mechanically cut or ground down to an exact size. The edges are usually precisely cut at a square 90-degree angle.||No|
|Anti slip ⓘ Slip rating given to determine how slippy a tile is. R9 has a small degree of slip resistance, right up to R13, which is the highest slip resistance. R9 and R10 values are often used for domestic situations such as bathrooms and kitchens.||No (R9)|
|PEI rating ⓘ PEI ratings help you determine the hardness and durability of a floor tile.
PEI 3 Light to moderate (normal) traffic.
PEI 4 Moderate to heavy traffic.
PEI 5 all domestic
& heavy commercial uses
|Fire hearths / surround||No|
|Supplier||British Ceramic Tile|
BCT56812 Conglomerate Feature floor tile 33x33cm by British Ceramic Tile.
A glazed ceramic tile with a smooth matt finish and frost-proof glaze measuring approximately 13 by 13 inches. The Conglomerate Feature is a classic patterned floor tile inspired by intricate terrazzo patterns. With it's modern pattern and strong graphical shapes this feature floor tile takes a traditional terrazzo look and turns it on its head for a 21st century look. Suitable in bathrooms, kitchens, hallways and conservatories, this provides a stunning modern look. Made in the UK.
Although produced using modern manufacturing methods, the Conglomerate Feature is sometimes referred to as an encaustic tile. Before the advent of screen printing (and more recently digital printing) one technique of applying different colours to tiles was to use different coloured clays. The Victorians called these encaustic tiles which were originally known as inlaid tiles. It is common for patterned tiles to be conflated with encaustic tiles because they share many similar features including repeating print patterns.
Frost-proof tiles are an important consideration for rooms where the temperature may drop below zero such as utility rooms and conservatories. Tiles with a frost-proof glaze have a water absorption rate of less than 0.5% meaning they are ideal for such conditions. Tiles which are not frost-proof may absorb water which would freeze at zero and below, causing the tile to crack.
NOTE: British Ceramic Tile have gone into administration. Please ensure that you have enough tiles to complete your job as they are no longer in production and this is the final batch.
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