Sydney

Sydney

Sydney is a concrete effect rectified porcelain wall and floor tile in two sizes and a matching decorative piece to go alongside.

Characteristics

  • Use:

    Floor & Wall (600x300), Floor & Wall (600x600), Floor & Wall (610x150)

  • Edge profile:

    Rectified

  • Material:

    Porcelain

  • Thickness:

    10mm

  • Sizes mm:

    600x300, 600x600, 610x150

  • Finish:

    Matt

  • Shade variation:

    Moderate

Technical specs

  • R rating:

    R10

  • Pendulum test:

    N/A

Sydney is a concrete effect rectified porcelain wall and floor tile in two sizes and a matching decorative piece to go alongside.

  • Floor & Wall (600x600)

    • WHITE_60X60_HD

      White

    • BEIGE_60X60_HD

      Beige

    • TAUPE_60X60_HD

      Taupe

    • DARK_60X60_HD

      Dark

  • Floor & Wall (600x300)

    • WHITE_30X60_HD

      White

    • BEIGE_30X60_HD

      Beige

    • TAUPE_30X60_HD

      Taupe

    • DARK_30X60_HD

      Dark

  • Floor & Wall (610x150)

    • WHITE_15X61_HD

      White

    • BEIGE_15X61_HD

      Beige

    • TAUPE_15X61_HD

      Taupe

    • DARK_15X61_HD

      Dark

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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.