A ceramic mosaic tile or paver that is generally made by the dust-pressed method, of a composition resulting in a tile that is dense, fine grained, and smooth with sharply formed type are Usually of a clear, luminous type or granular blend.
A ceramic mosaic tile or a paver tile that is generally made by the dust- pressed method from a composition which results in a tile that is dense, impervious, fine grained and smooth, with a sharply formed face.
Through-body porcelain tile, is as the name implies does not involve a glaze or a layering of different products together to create a tile. The surface, and the interior of the tile is the exact same material. Much as a chain is only as strong as its weakest link, tile is only as strong as its weakest component, which is why porcelain tile is used in many applications, where glazed tile would not be able to hold up to the local conditions (impact, frost).