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Floor tiling installed by creating a state of adhesion between the mortar and the bearing surface, if necessary by means of a suitable adhesion promoter.
The calibre is the fabrication dimension of the tiles.
Layout design with the sides of the tile inclined by 45% in relation to the reference axis of the surface.
Installation of the tiling, adhered directly onto the structural bearing surface.
Cement-based mortar laying, which involves applying a thin layer of cement on top of the mortar before the tiles are laid. The subsequent hammering phase, with abundant amounts of water, serves to deliver adequate liquid to the powder.
Capacity of the tile to maintain its characteristics over time
Only the thickness of the ceramic tile is of interest. It serves to subdivide external tiling into smaller, approximately square-shaped fields, in order to limit the mechanical stresses related to temperature variations.
The thickness of the ceramic tile and part of the thickness of the bearing surface is of concern. It divides external tiling into smaller, approximately square-shaped fields.
Space between adjacent tiles
Operation that involves filling the joints, as well as filling the applied joints.
The word "hardness" refers to abrasion resistance on a scale from 5 (very resistant) to 1 (not very resistant)