Comparison of the characteristics of thin porcelain tile and thick ceramic tiles
Thick tiles and thin porcelain tile are very common products, but many people do not understand their advantages.

1. The advantages and disadvantages of thick tiles

Thickness means that the hardness and strength are high, and the anti-destructive ability is large. The thick bricks are not easy to hollow when paving the ground, or the tiles will crack due to expansion and contraction by heat.

However, thick bricks are heavy in quality, and the cost of materials required for manufacturing or paving is high, which is not in line with contemporary energy conservation and environmental protection concepts. For paving large slabs of thick tiles, if only weak bonding materials are used, it is easy to fall during the re-paving process due to its quality. For this reason, you can use O'Nike adhesive-free tile glue, which is specially designed for large slab tiles. , The bonding force is very strong, and it can naturally ensure the paving of thick bricks. Therefore, the paving of thick bricks is relatively difficult, and the technical requirements are also high.

2. The advantages and disadvantages of thin porcelain tile

First of all, thin brick manufacturing is environmentally friendly and energy-saving, saves raw materials, can reduce pollution accordingly, and conforms to the concept of energy-saving and environmental protection. With the improvement of modern technology, thin bricks also have excellent properties such as high hardness, wear resistance, ultra-low water absorption, and fully demonstrate the concept of energy saving and environmental protection. Then, the thin porcelain tile are thinly attached with tile glue, which can greatly save indoor space. In addition, the thin bricks are convenient and easy to stick, whether it is cutting, walling, pressing, etc., it is relatively easy to improve the construction efficiency.