Home / Information / White Papers / Design and Install of Large Format TilesDesign and Install of Large Format TilesLove this item?Download For FreeSubscribe to download this item, and get 14 days of unlimited downloads - for free! Start 14-Day Free TrialDownload FREE! To download Design and Install of Large Format Tiles today just enter your email address! Submit & Download Download NowBy purchasing or downloading this product you are agreeing to our terms and conditions.Contributor - Files Marketplace Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn Share on EmailFull DescriptionArchitects, designers and owners appreciate the clean, monolithic look of large format tile on their building projects. Today, their options for large tiles include extremely large tiles – panels that can measure 4′ wide by 10′ long. These panels are produced with a unique processing line and require special care and methods in their installation.Large format tiles, traditionally pressed porcelain tiles that can come in excess of 4 square feet, are becoming common for wall and floor installations. The Tile Council of North America (TCNA) defines a large format tile as any ceramic or natural stone tile with one edge greater than 15″, and the TCNA Handbook offers specific recommendations for their installation. Custom Building Products offers medium bed mortars and thin-set mortars with medium bed features for the installation of large ceramic and natural stone tile. Understanding the trends and latest developments from tile manufacturers, CUSTOM® formulated a specialized line of mortars for these specific installations. ReviewsThere are no reviews yet. Be the first to review “Design and Install of Large Format Tiles”Your ratingRate…PerfectGoodAverageNot that badVery poor Your review *Upload up to 3 images or videosName *Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ SKU: 20211214G Category: White Papers Tags: Ceramic, Large format, porcelain, tile, tilingRelated products Effective Use Of Schedule Control Techniques Masonry Terms and Definitions Whitepaper Crystal Ball Of Construction Claims and Disputes Project Controls In Place On The Pentagon Rain Screen Systems Whitepaper Code Conforming Wood Design 2018
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