Vitrified Tiles are similar to traditional ceramic tiles, but they add silica and clay to the mix as a tile adhesives for vitrified tiles During the vitrification process, the silica and clay melt and combine into a glass-like material inside each tile, allowing it to retain its original sheen even after years of use. These tiles come in a variety of styles, patterns and colors, making them an alternative to marble or granite. However, due to the addition of silk and clay and the process of vitrification, these tiles are much less expensive than ceramic tiles.
Where it can be used
Vitrified Tiles are perfect for backsplash in your kitchen or laying on the floor in your bathroom. The vitrification process ensures that the tiles are strong and weatherproof, so you can use them indoors and outdoors. Because of their ability to withstand high pressure, they can also be used on the roof, or in the garden.
Vitrified tiles are divided into four types
1. Soluble salt:
These are certified tiles with screen printing and polished area with limited design and color option. Nowadays molten salt tiles have no habit.
2. Double Charging Produced:
As the name suggests it has two layers, one for printing and one for power. The top layer has a diameter of 3 to 4 mm which allows for printing at full thickness. The lower layer allows for higher strength. This allows for a less complex pattern but scratches that last longer and are less noticeable. And they are cool which gives a smooth surface.
3. Full Body Vitrified Tiles:
These are a type of vitrified tiles with design pigment throughout the body of all tile sizes. which helps to make it less visible in scratches and scratches. It is mainly used in the heavy trade area. On the other hand, they are very expensive.
4. Glazed vitrified tiles (GVT):
These tiles have a polished surface in addition to a sleek body. Which offers many design options such as Marble, Granite, Stone, Wood, Texture etc. With digital printing it is now becoming less expensive. ARiNA Tiles provide design authenticity to Glazed Vitrified Tiles (GVT / PGVT)
Best Adhesion of Vitrified Tiles
Capa IC’s tile adhesives for Vitrified Tiles used to fix reinforced floor tiles, ceramic tiles on wall and floor of standard size, over old tiles and other floor materials. In interior and interior walls, high bond strength to fix tiles.