Fired clay tiles that are then coated with a matte or glossy sealant. Glazed tiles absorb less moisture.
a tile that has an impervious facial finish composed of glaseous ceramic materials fused to the surface of the tile.
Tile with a glass wear surface.
Tile with glazed surface
Clay shaped into tiles, fire-hardened, then covered with a matte or glossy glaze or sealant to make the tiles more resistant to moisture.
Ceramic tile with a fused facial finish composed of ceramic materials. The glaze is essentially a liquid form of colored glass that provides color and texture that can be manipulated to produce the desired design and finish. Ceramic tile glaze also provides a protective function preventing staining.
has a surface coating made from a liquid glass that has been sprayed or poured onto the surface of the tile. It is then fused and hardened by means of tremendous heat.
Tile with a fused impervious facial finish composed of ceramic materials fused to the body of the tile, which may be nonvitreous, vitreous or impervious.
Clay shaped into a tile, fire-hardened, then covered with a matte or high-gloss glaze or sealant to make it resist moisture better than regular tile.
Ceramic or masonry tile with an impervious, glossy surface.
A fused, impervious facial finish composed of ceramic materials fused to the body of the tile which may be non-vitreous, semi-vitreous, vitreous, or impervious.
Clay tile which has been fire-hardened then covered with a glaze or sealant to make it more moisture-resistant than regular tile.
Ceramic tile wit a powdered glass material called frit applied prior to firing. The frit is fused to the tile, forming a hard, shiny surface.