The difference between vitrified tiles and polished tiles is mainly in water absorption.
At present, many tiles such as “polished tiles”, “vitrified tiles” and “glass fossils” have appeared on the tile market, and many consumers have referred to the so-called “polished tiles”, “glass tiles” and “glass fossils”. "The concept of such products is not very clear, in fact, the above series of products are the same type of building materials, but the name is different, the scientific name is porcelain tiles. They are all made of quartz sand and mud, and then polished with abrasive tools. The surface is translucent and smooth like a mirror, except that the polished tiles are named according to the polishing process and the vitrified tiles are based on the product during the firing process. Named after a physics-chemical process.
From another point of view, ceramics with a water absorption of less than 0.5% are called vitrified tiles. The water absorption of polished tiles is less than 0.5%. It is also a vitrified brick. The polished tiles are only obtained by mirror polishing the vitrified tiles. The lower the water absorption rate, the better the degree of vitrification, and the better the physical and chemical properties of the product. If the water absorption rate of the polished brick is less than or equal to 0.1%, it is completely vitrified and is a high quality product in the ceramic tile product.
The biggest feature of polished tiles is low water absorption, high gloss and good wear resistance. Now there are various brands of polished tiles in various major building materials markets. In the family, in the office, shopping malls, people can see it through the light and bright figure.