Being a new generation of high-end porcelain tiles, it is our ultimate priority to make sure that the quality of our tiles always exceed that of the world-famous high-end tile brands. Here is how we do it:
- We employ a 4-step Quality Control process that starts with raw material inspection all the way to inspecting how well the tiles are packed.
- We use glaze with premium quality from Spain and Taiwan.
- We use highly advanced press machines that apply up to 7,200 tons of pressure, which results in the Breaking Strength of twice as high as the ISO requirements.
- We constantly run quality checks both at government and private laboratories, and keep presenting our results to our customers.
|Properties||Test Method.||Required Standards||Muzzi Results|
|Length.||EN ISO 10545-2||±0.6%||-0.05%～-0.03%|
|±2.00mm||-0.6mm ~ -0.3mm|
|Width.||EN ISO 10545-2||±0.6%||-0.02%~0.01%|
|Thickness.||EN ISO 10545-2||±5%||-0.1%~0.9%|
|Water Absorption.||EN ISO 10545-3||<0.05%||0.06%|
|Breaking Strength, Newtons(N).||EN ISO 10545-4||>1300||3117|
|Modulus Of Rapture (N/mm2).||EN ISO 10545-4||Minimum 35||48.2|
|Abrasion Resistance||EN ISO 10545-7||Report Abrasion Class||Class 4|
|Report Cycles Passed||2,100|
|Thermal Shock Resistance.||EN ISO 10545-9||Pass||Fully Resistant|
|Crazing Resistance: glazed tiles||EN ISO 10545-11||Pass||Fully Resistant|
|Frost Resistance.||EN ISO 10545-12||Pass||Fully Resistant|
|Slipperiness.||DIN 51130||Declared Value||R9, R10， R11|
|Reaction to fire||CWT||Class A1 or A1 FL||A1 When used for walls;
A1 FL when used for floors
|Resistance to Staining.||EN ISO 10545-14||Class 3||Class 5|
|Resistance to Chemicals.||EN ISO 10545-13||Class B||Class A|