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Specification

This tile has high slip resistance (R9, R10 or R11 as specified on the logo) with test conducted in Hong Kong (DIN 51130 : 2003-08) with CoF ≥ 0.60 (ASTM C1028).

The difference in the flatness of the ceramic tile surface affects the cost and the efficiency of paving. The flatness difference of this ceramic tile is controlled within ±0.1% (ASTM C485, EN ISO 10545-2), which is better than the national standard.

The tiles are printed in high-definition 1080P.

The water absorption rate of tiles is less than 0.1% (ASTM C373, EN ISO 10545-3), which is far lower than the 0.5% required by the national standard.

The difference in the flatness of the ceramic tile surface affects the cost and the efficiency of paving. The flatness difference of this ceramic tile is controlled within ±0.1% (ASTM C485, EN ISO 10545-2), which is better than the national standard.

The tiles are printed in high-definition 1080P.

The water absorption rate of tiles is less than 0.1% (ASTM C373, EN ISO 10545-3), which is far lower than the 0.5% required by the national standard.

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Q&A

1. It is often said that there will be "uneven floor" problems after laying timber tiles. What should I do?

There are several reasons for the uneven floor problem. One of the reasons is that the original flatness of the tiles is not high enough. In fact, the longer the tile, the more likely for the tile body to bend. That's why uneven floor is commonly seen.

The tiles produced by ASA Tiles, including the Timber Tiles series, are produced under strict monitoring to ensure that the flatness of the tiles is controlled within ±0.1%. We effectively reduced the possibility of having uneven floor to minimal. When laying tiles, it is recommended to install with floating floor system and spacers to further avoid the uneven floor problem.

2. Is there a big difference between Timber Tiles and wooden floorboards?

The wooden floor is made of natural wood and has a natural wood texture; the Timber Tiles are printed based on the scans of real timber, imitating the texture of wood. Nowadays, we have Timber Tiles of different styles, colors, and even textures.

The Timber Tiles series of ASA Tiles is printed in high-definition 1080P, pursuing meticulous and exquisite texture, so as to match the natural wood and bring out the same texture. Each style refers to different trees and aims to print realistic textures. Each style has several different appearances, which are different according to actual reference. Therefore, the Timber Tiles are close to actual timber and can create the same effect as the wooden floorboards.