Porcelain Tile / September 14, 2018 / Brousseau
Porcelain tiles may be classified into natural glazed and polished tiles. The natural porcelain tile normally does not undergo any further finish after it is exposed to high temperature. This type of tile may be referred to as unglazed or through body tile where the colour goes all the way through. The glazed tile is coated with liquid glass that allows the manufacturer to put in a variety of designs and play around with colours. It comes out glossy and is one of the easiest to maintain. They are highly recommended as walls or accents in bathrooms and kitchen.
Attach the appropriate diamond core bit to the electric drill and ensure that there is a constant supply of cold water that is being directly aimed at the diamond core i.e. by using water cooling equipment. Note regarding water cooling. It is important to ensure that there is a constant supply of cold water directed at the drill bit in order to keep the diamond core cool and to help remove any debris that may have built up whilst drilling the tile. It is not advisable to try and cool the diamond drill bit by using a hand held aspirator or drilling through a wet sponge.
The Kaska glazed porcelain offers a Tiger Cotto and Noce series. These tiles are comparatively priced and offer a full colour body porcelain tile. These tiles are made in Turkey and have standard edges and a PEI 4 rating. These tiles are ideal for floors or walls in any home with any amount of traffic. The glaze on the tiles helps to protect and lengthen the life of the tiles so they can be used in the kitchen near the doors or even on the walls to beautify your home.