Porcelain


Porcelain is a type of ceramic tile that is characterized by being stronger, harder, purer, and more water-resistant than ordinary ceramics—which are already quite durable. It achieves this by using clays with finer particles, fired at a higher temperature that creates a harder glazed surface than is usually achieved by standard ceramic tiles This inherent versatility gives ceramic tile the ability to provide a number of benefits in a variety of architectural surface covering applications.

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Porcelain is a type of ceramic tile that is characterized by being stronger, harder, purer, and more water-resistant than ordinary ceramics—which are already quite durable. It achieves this by using clays with finer particles, fired at a higher temperature that creates a harder glazed surface than is usually achieved by standard ceramic tiles This inherent versatility gives ceramic tile the ability to provide a number of benefits in a variety of architectural surface covering applications.