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    What is a rectified tile?

    Tilers

    Could you explain to me what a rectified tile is?

    Asked by Sarath on 4th Nov 2020
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    Djl Tiling

    "A rectified tiles means that the edges are completely straight and squared."

    Answered on 15th Dec 2020 - Member since Sep 2017 - report
    Sequoia Enterprise

    "These are tiles that have been ground after firing for a more precise fit. Some natural clay tiles shrinking quite a bit during the firing process making them uneven in size."

    Answered on 18th Mar 2021 - Member since Mar 2021 - report
    SDB Building & Maintenance

    "Rectified edges give floor tiles cleaner lines and far less intrusive grout lines which help to creat a more seamless floor space."

    Answered on 4th Nov 2020 - Member since Mar 2018 - report
    mjy tiling

    "It’s a tile with a sharp straight edge that can have a thinner grouting line once laid and looks neater in appearance for intricate tiling patterns."

    Answered on 4th Nov 2020 - Member since Oct 2020 - report
    Williams handyman work

    "A rectified tile is a machine finished tile with a square edge."

    Answered on 4th Nov 2020 - Member since Nov 2020 - report
    FourBytes Ltd

    "A rectified tile is one that has had its edges finished by a machine to a precise length and width, thus giving each tile the same (within some tolerance) dimensions. This is important when considering using a small grout or gap line since any deviation from a standard length and width cannot be accommodated if the grout line is too small."

    Answered on 5th Nov 2020 - Member since Aug 2020 - report
    Ryszard Rozynski

    "Hello
    Rectified tiles are being cut by the end of production to have straight edge finish and could be installed next to each other without space.
    I recommend no space installation at all.

    I recommend minimum space between tiles 1.5 mm or 2mm for grouting to finish with grout sealer."

    Answered on 5th Nov 2020 - Member since Mar 2019 - report

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