The future of Porcelain Tile : Top 7 Porcelain Slab from India
Porcelain Tile has been manufactured in India since the early 21st century on the large scale basis. The earlier sizes which were started were 30x30cm and 40x40cm. The major breakthrough format of porcelain tile from india was 60x60cm.
The first major porcelain tile production technique was based on the soluble salt technique. The printing was done on the screen printing method and the soluble salt chemicals were used on the ivory body porcelain tile. The polishing was done with the nano chemical and it produced the chemical and stain resistance of the tile with minimum waviness due to the unglazed porcelain surface.
The second major breakthrough was with the development of the double loading porcelain tile in which there were two layers of the porcelain tile. The bottom layer was the base layer (ivory body) and the upper layer was the color and patterns based on the feeding technique.
The third major breakthrough was with the digital printing technique with the glazed surface. This gives the production to develop endless designs and the surfaces. There are multiple surfaces possible with polished, matt, rustic matt with structure, high glossy, carving application, metallic application and sugar / lappato surface.
The popular formats in the glazed porcelain tile were 60x60cm, 60x120cm, 80x80cm, 30x60cm and 20x120cm. With the advent of the new technologies in porcelain production and particularly for us, when system ceramics launched the lamgea pressing system, we finalised the machinery to produce the large size slabs without mold. In the Lamgea Press, the tile is made with the belt instead of the mold and we can make endless sizes in larger formats.
The popular formats of the porcelain slab are 160x320cm, 160x160cm, 120x240cm, 120x120cm, 80x160cm and 90x180cm.
Here is the list of 7 of the Top Selling Porcelain Slab from India :
1. Calacatta Adata : Porcelain Slab from India
6. Feminine Grey : Porcelain Slab from India
7. Marquina Nero : Porcelain Slab from India
What do you think about the porcelain slab? Would it be as popular as regular formats such as 30x60cm and 60x60cm in future? Please let us know your view on the porcelain slabs.