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What are the advantages and disadvantages of microcrystalline stone tiles

by:JIABANG     2021-05-20

  With the continuous progress of society, people’s aesthetic awareness is constantly improving, and they pay particular attention to home decoration. I believe that everyone will not be unfamiliar with the microcrystalline outdoor wood deck tiles. The surface of the microcrystalline outdoor wood deck tiles is flat and clean, the color is uniform, and the texture is clear, natural and elegant. It is widely used in modern home decoration. So what are the advantages and disadvantages of microcrystalline stone tiles?

The advantages of   microcrystalline stone tile   1, the texture is soft and delicate   Microcrystalline stone is a material that is fired and crystallized at a high temperature similar to the formation conditions of granite. In terms of appearance and texture, the surface finish of the polished plate is much higher than that of stone, with a luminosity of 90-120 gloss. The more important feature is that its special microcrystalline structure allows light to enter from any angle and pass through fine The diffuse reflection of the crystal particles can evenly distribute the light to any angle, making the board form a soft jade texture, which is more crystal clear and soft than natural stone, making the building more radiant. 2. The production process of microcrystalline stone with a wide range of applications can produce a variety of color tones according to the needs of use, especially the four colors of crystal white, beige and light gray white hemp are the most fashionable and popular; at the same time, it can make up for natural stone. Due to the large color difference, the products are widely used in interior and exterior decoration of hotels, office buildings, stations and airports, and are more suitable for high-end family decoration, such as walls, floors, decorative panels, furniture, basin panels, etc. 3. Excellent weather resistance. As an inorganic crystallization material with stable chemical properties, microcrystalline stone also contains a glass matrix structure. Its acid and alkali resistance and corrosion resistance are better than natural stone, especially the weather resistance is more outstanding, and it can withstand long-term wind. The sun will not fade, and will not reduce the intensity. 4. Strong anti-pollution. The water absorption rate of microcrystalline stone is extremely low, almost zero. A variety of dirty slurries and dyeing solutions are not easy to penetrate and penetrate. The dirt attached to the surface is also easier to clean and wipe, which is especially convenient for buildings. Cleaning and maintenance.  Microcrystalline stone tile shortcomings   1. Low strength: The Mohs hardness of the crystal jade layer on the surface of the microcrystalline stone is 5-6, and the strength is lower than the Mohs hardness of the polished tile 6-7.  2. Obvious scratches: The surface gloss of the microcrystalline stone is high, which can reach 90%. If it encounters scratches, it will be easy to show up.  3, easy to show dirty: there are a certain number of pinholes on the surface of the microcrystalline stone, it is easy to show up when encountering dirty things.   The advantages and disadvantages of microcrystalline stone tiles are introduced here. If you want to know more, you can click on the decoration knowledge to learn more.

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