Battersea

Battersea Fog 250x65mm

Battersea

The Brick Generation project gains a new element, inspired by the production of handmade bricks fired in a furnace in London. Back in the early 20th century, the surfaces were shaded, with a variety of colours.

Characteristics

  • Use:

    Wall & Floor (250x130), Wall & Floor (250x65)

  • Edge profile:

    Non-rectified

  • Material:

    Porcelain

  • Thickness:

    10mm

  • Sizes mm:

    250x130, 250x65

  • Finish:

    Natural

  • Shade variation:

    High

Technical specs

  • R rating:

    R10, R11

Additional information:

250x65mm tiles have an R Rating of R11. 250x130mm tiles have an R Rating of R10.

The Brick Generation project gains a new element, inspired by the production of handmade bricks fired in a furnace in London. Back in the early 20th century, the surfaces were shaded, with a variety of colours.

  • Wall & Floor (250x65)

    • Brown

    • Charcoal

    • Fog

    • Multicolour

  • Wall & Floor (250x130)

    • Brown

    • Charcoal

    • Fog

    • Multicolour

Battersea gallery

Order a sample of Battersea

Order up to 4 samples for free. Delivered within 48 hours.

Note: In most cases you will receive a full-size sample, but for some products this may differ.

Clear

Our website uses cookies. You can review the cookies we use and our privacy policy on this page.

Tile terminology glossary

  • Matt finish tile

    A tile with a non shiny surface which has very little reflection regardless of any lighting.

  • Satin finish tile

    A tile with a slight sheen to it offering a small amount of light reflection at certain angles.

  • Polished finish tile

    A tile which has been mechanically polished with a diamond wheel to give a very high shine. This is different to a glazed tile which also offers a reflection as this is achieved by coating the tile with a glaze on the surface.

  • Shade variation

    Shade variation is a difference in colour or texture from one tile to the next.

  • PTV (Pendulum Test Value)

    A slip resistance test generated by swinging a rubber footed pendulum over the surface of a floor or tile which in turn records the friction or slip resistance. A rating of 36+ is considered as anti-slip, where a value less than 36 are not considered suitable for anti-slip purposes.

  • Rectified tile

    A product that has been through an additional process where the tile is cut after the baking process to produce a clean edge on all sides – ideal for a minimal grout line.