Multi-Colors Terrazzo Tile for shopping mall floor
Terrazzo is a composite material, poured in place or precast, which is used for floor and wall treatments. It consists of chips of marble, quartz, granite, glass, or other suitable material, poured with a cementitious binder (for chemical binding), polymeric (for physical binding), or a combination of both. Metal strips often divide sections or changes in color or material in a pattern. Additional chips may be sprinkled atop the mix before it sets. After it is cured it is ground and polished smooth or otherwise finished to produce a uniformly textured surface.
In fact, it’s been around for ages – examples of terrazzo flooring have even been discovered in ancient Egyptian mosaics – and has been used for centuries across the globe. Its more modern incarnation is generally attributed to 18th century Venice, where it was used to decorate workers’ homes (a cheaper alternative to marble).
Terrazzo reached the height of its popularity in 20th century Europe, again due to its relatively low cost, during the post-war reconstruction years of the 1920s/ 1930s and the 1950s through to the 1970s. The 1920s also saw useful advances in technology that brought better tools and production methods, making terrazzo flooring and terrazzo tile a popular choice in the USA too, where it was used to create upmarket Art Deco and Moderne designs.
|Type||Artificial Stone||Brand Name||Realho Stone||Place of Origin||China|
|Surface Finishing||Polished, Honed, etc||Stone Form||Cut-To-Size|
|Color||Grey, white, beige, red, etc||Thickness||20mm, 30mm,etc|
|Application||public flooring, exterior wall cladding, curbstone, tiles, countertops, etc|
|Size for slabs||260cm up*160cm up or customized|
Size for tiles :60*60*2cm,60*30*2cm,120*60*2cm,60*40*2cm,30*30*2cm etc.
|Packaging Details||usually packaged by international standard fumigated wooden bundles slabs) and fumigated wooden crates (for tiles)|
|Delivery Detail||usually 15 days after order confirmed|
Thickness tolerance:+/-1mm for slabs
Surface polishing: USA & Europe quality requirement
|Shipping Service||We can arrange transportations for you, like container yard to container yard, door to door, customs clearance, local delivery, and so on.|
|Payment Service||30%T/T in advance,70% against copy of B/L, T/T, L/C at sight.|
Are there any disadvantages with terrazzo?
Of course, there are, even though the long line of advantages outweighs the few disadvantages. In-situ cast terrazzo floors require a stable concrete base. All new terrazzo looks a little grey and dusty because of the natural precipitation of lime.
Why Choose Terrazzo series in your home?
An in-situ cast terrazzo floor is hard, durable, smooth (the sparse butt joints are also smooth), beautiful, and easily cleaned. They can be adapted to the setting in question in an endless variety of ways. It’s possible to influence color and shape; the material is timeless, easy to renovate and adapt for new layouts. It’s also thin (perfect for upgrades), heavy (good in terms of the acoustic environment), and natural (free from hazardous substances). It’s non-combustible, antistatic, and not vapor tight. In-situ terrazzo forms a durable and natural extension to stairs. The price is also low compared to other materials.
What the Terrazzo stone is in our daily life?
Cement mosaic = Terrazzo = Artistic concrete
Terrazzo is an internationally recognized term for a high-quality concrete used as a surface material. Terrazzo is a natural material that consists of aggregate (i.e. stone materials, usually marble) mixed with cement. It is poured as a compound into a form or over the floor. It is appreciated mainly for its aesthetic qualities and durability. The completed terrazzo surface is then ground so that stones and any other cast materials form a mosaic pattern.
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Xiamen Realho Stone Co., Ltd
Tel: 86-592-8326666 Fax: 86-592-8327777
Add Unit 8F, Yongtongchang Blad, No.388 Jiahe Road, Xiamen China