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The Clayton range is a new interpretation of concrete, a ceramic material that can be moulded to any environment but is never predictable or obvious . The series is developed for both walls and floors and offer a rectified, full coloured body , fine porcelain stoneware. Floors and walls calibrated to work seamlessly together. (330mm x1000mm & 1000mm x 1000mm)
Clayton also offers a range of Fabric and damask interpreted décor designs to compliment any house with modern key.
The use of the latest 3D ink technology enhances the tonal changes across multiple of 10 different graphics.
Available in the following sizes:
330mm x 1000mm x 8.5mm (XL wall tile size)
600mm x 300mm x 8.5mm
600mm x 600mm x 8.5mm
1200mm x 600mm x 8.5mm
1000mm x 1000mm x 8.5mm
The 8.5mm body on the porcelain = 1000mm x 1000mm weight is less than 25kg = keeping installation costs to a minimum as one person fix rather than two person.
All Clayton porcelian tiles are suitable for both walls and floors in residential and light commercial applications.
Glazed porcelain tiles have had a layer of silica (glass) applied to the surface during the manufacturing process. This is then fired at the same time as the tile body, creating a glazed glossy surface over the tile face.
You will find that all polished tiles are more slippery by their very nature than other finishes such natural matt or honed tiles, but if you take care walking on them in wet conditions, they are still suitable for most areas of the home. All major tile manufacturers will have technical data sheets, that state the slip rating of their tiles, you need a COF (Coefficient of Friction) of 6 or better to be slip resistant enough for a floor.
The polished surface on Porcelain tiles is made by grinding the surface of the tile with a diamond disk with a grit of 800 and over. This is undertaken at the end of the production line after the tiles have been fired and rectified and just before packaging.
Glazed porcelain tiles are extremely easy to keep clean, due to their non-porous nature and shiny surface, but with proper care, unglazed and textured porcelain tiles can be maintained without anything more than regular maintenance.
Porcelain will normally have a matt or polished surface that is mechanically applied after printing and firing. Glazed porcelain tiles have a layer of silica applied to their surface and are fired for a second time to achieve a glossy surface finish.
We have branches across the South Coast of England, including Poole in Dorset, Winchester, Tadley, Romsey and Portsmouth in Hampshire. Internal showrooms are available to view in Poole and Portsmouth and external displays are available at Portsmouth, Poole, Winchester and Tadley.
Please visit our contact page for further information on the following link: /our-depots
We always send a representative sample from the current batch of tiles or paving we have in stock, so as long as you requested a sample close to the time of purchasing, this will help to ensure the tiles and paving you receive matches the sample you have been sent as closely as possible.
All of our products are either natural or porcelain and therefore there is always scope for variation in shade, colour and to some extent the texture and finish with the natural products and with porcelain there will always be some slight colour variation between different batches, although the surface texture and finish will remain largely the same.
We would strongly recommend that you visit one of our showrooms or paving displays to look at the current selection, so you can be entirely sure of what you will receive.
Yes. Our opening hours and address are found on the Contact Us page. We have fork-lift trucks for loading onto suitable vehicles at all sites, and staff are always available to help with loading of smaller items. We highly recommend that you call your local branch, before visiting, to confirm the items you wish to collect are available.
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