Red Terrazzo Stone Tiles

Rebeca Red Terrazzo Stone Tiles for floor and wall decoration Tile Sizes: 300x300, 400x400, 300x600,600x600, 800X800, 600x1200 etc. Slabs: 2400x1600mm, 2400x1800mm, 2700x1800mm, 3200x1600mm. Application: Indoor or outdoor Floor, Wall Cladding and Countertops etc....

Red Terrazzo Stone Tiles for floor and wall decoration


Color   Name:Rebeca Terrazzo
Base:525 Porland Concrete
Color Tone:Red with Black and white particles
Aggregate:White and Black Marble Aggregate about 5-10mm,10-20mm
Finish:Polish, Leather, Bush   Hammered, Sandblasted, Flamed etc.
Slabs Size:2400x1600, 2400x1800,   2700x1800, 3200x1600mm
Thickness:18mm,   20mm, 25mm, 30mm, 40mm etc.
Some colors can be done for 10mm, 12mm,15mm.
Capacity:15000m2/Month.
HS. Code:6810199000 Concrete   Terrazzo Stone Products
Application:Interior   and Exterior Floor Tiles or Wall Cladding,
Countertops, Worktops, Bench tops, Table Tops, Vanity tops,
Kitchen Flooring, Bathroom Shower Wall etc.
Packing:Slabs:Strong   Wooden bundles
Tiles: Wooden Crate with Plastic form protection.


Why Choose Terrazzo for your floor and wall paving?



Terrazzo basically as kind of concrete floor, has all outstanding same as concrete:


1. Sustainability. Terrazzo floors are a sustainable option if you use an existing Terrazzo slab, avoiding the consumption of new materials. And they need not be relegated to basements or garages. Once the Terrazzo is sanded down and polished or sealed, it looks perfectly refined in a traditional kitchen or living room, especially when layered with Oriental rugs and pretty furnishings and fixtures.


2. Easy care. The only maintenance required of Terrazzo floors is weekly mopping with soapy water. I recommend installing a baseboard along with the Terrazzo floor as well, even though you think you may not need it. Just imagine what a dirty mop would leave behind in the crevice where the floor meets the wall if there were no baseboard. And it will make your choice look finished and intentional.


3. Economical. The cost of Terrazzo floors is low. The Terrazzo's tonal and aggregates differences take on a stone like, natural feel.


4. Longevity. A floor that has been polished and maintained can be expected to last a hundred years or more. In this home, let's appreciate how an aged Terrazzo floor was not hidden under new tiles or carpet. Instead it is celebrated for the history it holds, and has been put on display along with other architecturally salvaged materials.


5. Versatility. For exterior applications, silicone-based penetrating sealers can be used to avoid the wet look. We can see here how Terrazzo is a good flooring material for indoor-outdoor transitions.



Terrazzo Production Technology:


Inorganic Concrete Terrazzo Production Technology


Terrazzo Tile Techincal Date:

Test   ItemsTest MethodsTest Result
Water AbsorptionEN   14617-1:20133.11%     Classification:W1
Apparent DensityEN 14617-1:20132460   kg/m3
Flexural StrengthEN 14617-2:20169.3MPa     Classification: F1
Abrasion Resistance (Polished)EN14617-4:201239.3MM     Classification A1
Freeze and Thaw ResistanceEN14617-5:2012Flexural   Strength after freeze and thaw: 8.8Mpa, KMf 25:77.9
Slip Resistance(Polished)EN14231:2003SRV     "Dry": 36SRV,"Wet":11
Compressive   StrengthRefer   to EN 14617-15:200597   Mpa
Reaction to FireEN   13501-1:   2007+A1:2009Classification:     A1
Moh's Hardness(Polished)Refer   to EN   15771-15:2010Moh's   Hardness:   5
Linner Thermal Expansion CoefficientEN14617-11:20056.1x10-6/oC


Previous: No Information

Next: Red Terrazzo Flooring Tiles