Double Charged Vitrified Tiles
Double Charge Vitrified Tiles Manufacturer
Simolex International is one of the finest double charge vitrified tiles manufacturers that manufacture tiles utilizing the latest Nanotechnology, each tile undergoes careful and accurate quality checks that result in high quality, durable and eco-friendly double charge vitrified tiles. These tiles are a type of double charge vitrified tiles that comprise two layers of tiles in which the topmost layer is pressed through a hydraulic press machine that imprints textures with a double layer of pigmentation; these tiles are denser and thicker and have around 3mm to 4 mm of thickness. The double charged vitrified tiles are also usually known as double-loaded tiles or double loading tiles. They are manufactured using an advanced methodology where the two layers of tile are infused together. The making process of the double charge vitrified tiles have wear-tear resistance surfaces and they go well with the heavy traffic areas.
Double charge vitrified tiles
- 600 x 600 MM double charged vitrified tiles
- 800 x 800 MM double charged vitrified tiles
The double charge vitrified tiles are furnished with an even tone and smooth finish employing a special type of coating called nanomaterial coating. This coating helps the double charged vitrified tile to become stain-resistant, bacteria-resistant, and wear-resistant. These tiles have a homogeneous surface and it endows a natural marble look and feels that outlines the luxurious vibe in the area in which they are installed. The double charged vitrified tiles are extremely durable and can endure wear and tear, as a result, they are heavily used in the high traffic areas in both commercial and residential spaces where vitrified tiles flooring is required. Due to its outstanding dirt and grime resistant nature, they retain their shine and luster for many years. Attributable to its heftiness and sundry of designs available in the tiles market, it is deemed to be one of the best-fitted floor tiling selections in commercial spaces like airports, hotels, restaurants, malls, hospitals, and residential spaces like kitchen, living room and more.