Custom Floor Tile, Digitally Printed Glass Tiles
[see Fade-Resistant Outdoor Tile]
Digital Custom Floor Tile: For commercial and residential flooring, walls, countertops, backsplashes, and indoor pools/fountains. Pricing.
Tile Council of North America testing lab results:
ASTM C1028: Static Coefficient of Friction – Dry =.86 Wet =.52 (meets OSHA recommendations). The Building Code for the City of Los Angeles, California (USA) requires that level surfaces have a COF of not less than 0.6 and ramps have no less than 0.8 – these tiles exceed those requirements.
ASTM C648: Average breaking strength is 1931 lbf. Compare to approximately 250 pounds for regular ceramic tile. (https://www.thespruce.com/reasons-why-tile-floor-is-cracked-1822645)
ASTM C373: Water absorption rate of .37% = impervious
Digital glass floor tiles withstand chemicals such as paint removers , citrus-based cleaners, and foaming oven cleansers, providing graffiti resistance for walls and floors. See Photo
ASTM C650: Resistance to Chemical Substances: Not affected by the following: Acetic Acid 3% & 10% Ammonium Chloride, 100 g/L Citric Acid Solution, 30 g/L & 100g/L Lactic Acid, 5% Phosphoric Acid, 10% Hydrochloric Acid Solution, 3% & 18% Sulfamic Acid, 3% & 10% (Becomes sulfuric acid when mixed with water) Swimming Pool Chemicals (Sodium Hypochlorite Solution) 20mg/L Potassium Hydroxide, 30 g/L & 100 g/L
ASTM C485: Warpage of Tile: Edge warpage: -.02%, Diagonal Warpage: 0.00%
ASTM C499: Facial dimensions and thickness of tile Average difference of 0.020 inches
ASTM C502: Wedging of Tile – Average percent wedging was 0.03%
ASTM C1026: Tiles showed no evidence of damage after completing 15 freeze/thaw cycles.
Custom Floor Tile Restriction:
Glass Floor Tile Sizes: