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Rectified Color Body Porcelain
Digital Print Technology
R11 Anti-Slip Finish (8 x 32 only)
The R11 Anti-Slip Finish is specifically designed for outdoor, exposed areas, as well as wet applications, including shower floors.
8 x 32 x 10mm
8 x 32 x 10mm R11 Anti-Slip Finish
12 x 48 x 10mm
Hex 2-1/2 x 2-1/2 x 10mm
4 x 32 x 10mm Surface Bullnose
Pool & Spa (waterline)
*8 x 32 x 10mm R11 Anti-Slip Finish Recommended
**Hex 2-1/2 x 2-1/2 Mesh & 8 x 32 x 10mm R11 Anti-Slip Finish only
DCOF Rating (See Tech Specs Tab) is a measurement of a tiles frictional resistance. It is the specifier’s responsibility to ensure the chosen tile is appropriate for each interior and exterior application.
The Aequa Series is a rectified color body porcelain. It is the synthesis of digital technology applied to aesthetic research. Giving the appearance of a reclaimed wood, this series provides the warmth of timeworn matter that has taken on new colors and nuances over time. Because this material is a porcelain product, minimal maintenance is required. Aequa Series is available in two sizes, 8 x 32 x 10mm and 12 x 48 x 10mm. It is available in five colors and two finishes: matte and R11 Anti-Slip Finish (available in 8 x 32 only). The R11 Anti-Slip Finish is specifically designed for outdoor, exposed areas, as well as wet applications, including shower floors.
Numerous patterns can be created with the available sizes. Piece to piece variation in shade or color are inherent in all fired clay products; therefore, it is recommended to mix tiles from several boxes at a time during installation to achieve the best range of color. When mixing sizes within a series, shade, texture and calibration differences should be expected. This series is suitable for residential and commercial applications.
For proper bonding, medium bed mortar should be used when installing tiles with a dimensional length greater than 15 inches, and rectangular shape and plank tile, per industry standards. Proper thinset coverage is also necessary, and in some cases, back buttering of tile may be required.
DCOF rating is a measurement of a tile’s frictional resistance. It is the specifier’s responsibility to ensure the chosen tile is appropriate for each interior and exterior application.
The above result is for the Standard Finish. The testing for R11 Anti-Slip Finish is static, which is different from the Dynamic Coefficient of Friction (DCOF) test which is a dynamic test. These two tests measure for different and separate results, therefore the DCOF test is not the appropriate test for the R11 Anti Slip finish. To be certified as R11 Anti-Slip Finish, a tile must pass internationally-recognized testing.
P.E.I. RATING: 4