Difference Between CERAMIC and PORCELAIN TILES

Updated: Apr 22

Do you know the difference between Porcelain tiles and Ceramic tiles?

The composition and manufacturing technique are the fundamental differences between porcelain and ceramic tile. Porcelain is manufactured by combining finer clay with higher pressures and baking at higher temperatures in a kiln. Ceramic tiles are porous and absorb more water than other types of tiles.

1. Ceramic tiles

Ceramic tiles are made of coarse earthy clay that is fired at a high temperature to harden them. Sizes range from 2 x 2 to 24 × 24 in standard sizes. Tiles with a clean-line appearance are usually solid colors in neutral tones or basic designs. Despite the fact that ceramic is porous, glazed ceramic repels water very well. This type of flooring is less expensive than porcelain.

2. Porcelain tiles

Porcelain tiles are created from finely ground kaolin clay and are fired at a higher temperature than ceramic tiles. Porcelain is tougher and denser than ceramic because of its composition. It is also waterproof by nature. The sizes of the tiles range from mosaic to huge format, and the designs are bright and varied. Some porcelain tile patterns are designed to seem like hardwood or stone floors.

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