Iranian Ceramic Tiles
Iran is a country with the excessive mines, so it is one of the biggest manufacturers of ceramic tile with over than 100 factories in this industry.
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Building tiles and ceramic in Iran
Iran is an ancient country full of natural resources. Manufactures produce more convenient tile and ceramic rate compared with other countries. Our tile and ceramic technology comes from Italy and Spain. Regarding to the plan and quality you need, we prepare your demand from all tile manufacturers. We will present a real images of manufactured production according to your demand. Inform us by sending inquiry message through our whatsApp number.
We export the best quality of Iranian ceramic tiles to many countries. We sell wall, floor and porcelain tile products of more than 100 tile factories in Iran .The wide range of various products will respond and support any taste with any budget, and you can select your ceramic tile regarding to your desired quality and price from thousands of tile designs and colors.
Iran is a country with rich history of Iranian tile and ceramic industry
The tile production in Iran manually was done in small workshops until 1960. However, after the urban population increased, getting along to the needs of growing consumption of construction and buildings field increased as well. So, technologies and existing basic possibilities of the production such as raw material, energy, manpower was necessary. Besides, the long time in producing of tile and ceramic caused a great welcome for the mass production and automation of tile In 1960. Then the first industrial units with annual production capacity 110,000 square meters in the year was considered in 1960. After that, production of the machine made tiles began according to the available information contained between 1960 to 1978. The production volume of tile reached 12 million sq.m per year and in 1979. And number of existing units and under construction improved increasingly, then.
Iranian tile and ceramic industry during (1960-2000) faced with the balanced growth. In these years more than 900 million sq. m. of establishment license issued. At present, the installed numbers of machinery in production field in all factories of Iran reached over 700 million sq. m. per year. The Iranian tile and ceramic industry with more than 134 manufacturers, using the latest technology and specialized manpower for production of wall and floor tile. Regarding to the capacity of production volume, the porcelain and granite tile with different designs and sizes are among the first four countries in the world.
Porcelain and Ceramic; Both from the ceramic family
The word porcelain’s Italian etymology is porcelain or cowrie shell. Fine porcelain-ware is white, translucent, strong, and it has a fine dense body. Porcelain and ceramic tile both are parts of the larger category of tiles that can generally be called CERAMIC. There is a simple way that consumers can quickly identify which types of tiles they are getting. Porcelain tile and ceramic tile can take into account as their close cousins when discussing other, there are wildly different types of tile such as quarry tile, glass tile, or natural stone.
Similarities between ceramic and tile
Briefly, porcelain tile and ceramic tile are not the same thing. Both materials are part of the same family and are similar in a few ways. Porcelain tile and ceramic tile are attractive and may be used for counter tops, floor and wall applications such as back splashes, above sinks and ranges as well as in bathrooms and showers, and around fireplaces. They are also created from clay fired at high temperatures, though the makeup of that clay and the temperatures at which they are fired is different. However, there are distinct differences between these materials which set them apart in terms of durability and suggested use.
Differences between tile and ceramic
The most differentiation between a porcelain tile and ceramic tile is in the amount of water absorption. Porcelain is created from a super-fine mixture of quartz, clay and feldspar. It is heated under the higher temperature than most of ceramic tiles (around 1400° C), which makes tiles denser. To be considered a tile must have a water absorption rate less than 0.5% after firing. Since porcelain tile is denser, it is less porous, more impervious to the elements and is tough enough to be approved for outdoor use.
Floor tiles need to be quite strong and able to resist to wear and tear because no one wants their new kitchen floor to crack or wear away after just a few months. Due to the impervious or vitreous nature of ceramic and porcelain tiles, and the hardened glaze, tiles are normally found in bathrooms, wet-rooms, and kitchens. So, in technically view, any tile with a PEI rating from 1 to 5 can be used on the floor.
Wall tiles have a rating of 0 on the PEI scale. These kind of tiles can’t bear much weight and certainly can’t be used on floors. However, they make super choices for kitchen splash backs and shower walls; they’re really easy to install and cleaning.
Porcelain tiles with a water absorption rate less than 0.5 percent are ceramic tiles commonly used to cover floors and walls. Being dense is the general and main factor that the clay used to build porcelain tiles included in. Porcelain despite of its higher price and because of hard wearing nature is much harder than ordinary ceramic tiles .This kind of ceramic can be used in both wet and dry areas such as bathrooms, showers and kitchens.