|SNAPSTONE® TILE||6" x 6" Tile||12" x 12" Tile||18" x 18" Tile||6" x 24" Tile||12" x 24" Tile|
|Tiles per carton:||12||5||4||5||4|
|Square feet per carton:||3||5||9||5||8|
|Carton weight:||13 lbs||23 lbs||40 lbs||23 lbs||36 lbs|
|Grout Joint Width:||1/4"||1/4"||1/4"||3/16"||3/16"|
|Cutting:||Wet saw, Tile cutter, Angle grinder|
|Tolerance:||1/4"in 10’ AND 1/16” in 12”|
|Installs over Radiant Heat:||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Acceptable Applications:||Perfect for nearly every room in your home|
|SNAPSTONE® FLEXIBLE GROUT|
The Robinson Test is a standard testing method used for evaluating the robustness of floor tile installation systems over various sub floors, in accordance with sub floor specifications. SnapStone tested to cycle 6 earning a "light commercial" rating over a 3/4" OSB sub-floor, 16" OC. This impressive test rating demonstrates the high level of quality and durability associated with the SnapStone Floating Porcelain Tile.
Condominiums and apartments hold specified requirements for the minimum level of sound insulation maintained by a given flooring unit. The Impact Insulation Class (IIC) Test is one method for measuring this. SnapStone earned a rating of "58," making it perfect for these environments.
SnapStone Floating Porcelain Tile is setting the new standard for performance of porcelain tile. We are constantly seeking to improve our product through ongoing research and development. The following data is excerpted from some of those performance tests:
|Moisture absorption (ASTM C373)||< .5%|
|*Coefficient of Friction (DCOF AcuTest, ANSI A137.1)||≥ .42|
|Break Strength (ASTM C648)||> 400 lbs.|
|Modulus of Rupture (ISO 13006 Group Bla)||> 50 B/mm2|
|Impact Insulation Class (IIC) Rating (ASTM #492)||58|
* Coefficient of Friction: All values are for Matte material. No values are given for Polished material. Polished finishes are not recommended in areas subject to exposure from grease, oil, or water.
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