- FEATUREPorcelain Tile
- USAGEWall/Floor/Residential/Commercial/Light Traffic Area
After-sale Service: Onsite Inspection
Application: Villa, Background Wall, floor, bedroom, bathroom or living room
Acid-Resistant, Antibacterial, Heat Insulation, Non-Slip
Technique: Vitrified Tiles
Tile Type:Floor Tiles
Keywords 1: marble floor tiles
Useage: Living Room.bedroom
Design Style: Modern
Usage: Interior Tiles
Advantages: Long Life
20000 Square Meter/Square Meters per Day Non-slip rustic porcelain tile
Packaging & Delivery
WHAT ARE THE CHARACTERISTICS OF MARBLE?
Marble is a rock widely used in buildings, monuments, and sculptures. It consists chiefly of calcite or dolomite, or a combination of these carbonate minerals. Marble is a type of metamorphic rock formed from limestone. Marble is found in many countries, including Belgium, France, Great Britain, Greece, India, Italy, and Spain.
Marble is formed from limestone by heat and pressure in the earth’s crust. These forces cause the limestone to change in texture and makeup. This process is called recrystallisation. Fossilised materials in the limestone, along with its original carbonate minerals, recrystallise and form large, coarse grains of calcite. Impurities present in the limestone during recrystallisation affect the mineral composition of the marble that forms. The minerals that result from impurities give marble a wide variety of colours. The purest calcite marble is white. Marble containing hematite has a reddish colour. A marble that has limonite is yellow, and marble with serpentine is green.
Marble does not split easily into sheets of equal size and must be mined carefully. The rock may shatter if explosives are used. Blocks of marble are mined with channelling machines, which cut grooves and holes in the rock,
Uses. Marble has long been highly valued for its beauty, strength, and resistance to fire and erosion. The ancient Greeks used marble in many buildings and statues. The Italian artist Michelangelo used marble from Carrara, Italy, in a number of sculptures.
Extremely pure calcite marble is used for most statues. Large blocks of coloured marble are, used for columns, floors, and other parts of buildings. Smaller pieces of such marble are crushed or finely ground and used as abrasives in soaps and other products. Crushed or ground marble is also used in paving roads and in manufacturing roofing materials and soil treatment products.
Marble is a metamorphic rock produced from limestone by pressure and heat in the earth crust due to geological processes. The pressures and temperatures essential to produce this stone generally eliminate any fossils that exist in the initial rock. Due to these forces, the texture of limestone is changed. Impurities in the limestone affect the marble mineral composition.
Marble is available in various colours due to the variety of minerals present in the marble-like clay, sand, and silt. It is widely utilised as a building material, in monuments and sculptures, and numerous other applications. Marbles are suitable for internal and external applications. However, due to modern-day environmental pollution, the polish on marble used for external applications may not be durable.
CHARACTERISTICS OF MARBLES
Marble is a stone with a firm crystalline structure and slight porosity. Due to its structure, marble can be polished to improve its shine and is thus a common and attractive stone for building applications. The restricted marble porosity, mainly when refined, makes it less susceptible to water damage. However, calcium carbonate, the main ingredient of marble, is exceedingly susceptible to acidic agents: it rapidly dissolves in some acids. The actual influence of acidic contact will vary with the kind of acid: chlorides, sulphates, and other chemical compounds respond in different ways with marble. Byproducts are created that possess a wide range of solubility and influence on the durability of marble. Therefore, it is essential to ascertain the exact kind of pollutants that cause marble deterioration.
Contigo Ceramics is part of Jinyi Group, the world leader in the production of ceramic and porcelain tiles for residential, retail and industrial projects. 25 years’experience and present in almost 100 countries worldwide,operating in accordance with firmly-consolidated values of innovation and quality.By having the creations of brilliant R&D,and advantages of production in the famous town of ceramics,Nanzhuang,Contigo Ceramics has evolved to a global manufacturer and distributor for design solutions.
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Packing & Delivery
1. how can we guarantee quality?
Always a pre-production sample before mass production;
Always final Inspection before shipment;
2.When can you deliver the goods?
Within Deposit ,7 days for stock items ,20-25 days for production.
3. What's your MOQ?
For stock items, no MOQ requirement, for OEM items, 0.5 container/item.
4.Samples is available?
A:Free sample is available ,customers need to pay the courier charge ,this charge can be deducted from the PI value of confirmed order.
5.How do I know your quality?
High solution detailed photos and free sample will be able to verify our quality.
6.Are you a trading company or factory?
We're factory. We manufacture products ourselves.
7. what services can we provide?
Accepted Delivery Terms: FOB,CFR,CIF,EXW；
Accepted Payment Currency:USD,CNY;
Accepted Payment Type: PayPal,L/C,T/T;