Products/Services for Encaustic Cement Floor Tiles

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    Flooring (industrial) - (947 companies)
    ...rooms, family rooms, foyers, home offices, kitchens, and living rooms. Products include ceramic tile, laminates, linoleum, granite, and wood floors. Industrial flooring is designed for factories, garages, warehouses, and other facilities that handle...
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    Cement Tiles - (19 companies)
    Cement tiles, also known as cement encaustic tiles, are flat, thin tiles often shaped with beveled edges for lining or covering a surface. Cement tiles can be designed for a wide variety of applications. They come in many shapes, sizes, thicknesses...
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    Cement Boards - (17 companies)
    Cement boards are combinations of cement, glass, aggregate, and fiber reinforcements that are formed into sheets and used as tile backing boards, and to build wall or floors. Cement boards are combinations of cement, glass, aggregate, and fiber...
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    Ceramic Tiles - (164 companies)
    How to Tile a Painted Floor. CR4 Community --Tile Adhesive. Engineering360 --Cement Tiles Information. Engineering360 --Glass Tiles Information. Image credit: Roger McLassus 1951 / CC BY-SA 3.0...
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    Glass Tiles - (35 companies)
    ...for surface decoration. Glass tiles are more rigid than ceramic or cement tiles, making them easier to break under stresses. Though they require more delicate handling, glass tiles are popular because they can refract light, offering a wider variety...
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    Floor Coatings - (349 companies)
    ...urethane, and polyurethane. Floor coatings that provide static control are also available. Materials. Some materials of construction can include: conductive and dissipative rubber. vinyl tile. antistatic conductive carpeting and carpet tiles. conductive...
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    Cement, Concrete, and Mortar - (636 companies)
    ...or other components in structural applications. Types. There are many different types of cement, concrete, and mortar products. Grouts and fillers are sealants used to fill in gaps between tiles, bricks, and other components. Thinset mortar, dryset mortar...
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    Specialty Cement, Concrete, and Mortar - (299 companies)
    ...available. Products such as grout and caulk are used to fill gaps between tiles and bricks. Thin set materials such as dry set mortar and dry bond mortar include cement and are used in coating products. Cement-based liners or lining systems are much...
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    Hydraulic and Portland Cement - (143 companies)
    Hydraulic and Portland cement products have a calcium silicate binder. They are often used to build and repair concrete or masonry structures. Hydraulic and Portland cement products have a calcium silicate binder. They are used to plug leaks...
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    Industrial Floor Mats - (496 companies)
    Industrial floor mats include rubber mats and matting, modular floor mat systems, and other matting for traction, impact protection, worker ergonomics and comfort. They can include functional features such as ESD protection. Image Credit: U.S.
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  • Nothing succeeds like failure : the development of the fireproof building in the United States, 1790-1911
    Wight wrote that "the avowed object at the time was that they (clay arches) would be better than cement (blocks) in hallways and rooms which were to be finished with encaustic tile floors ." (Peter Wight, "Origin of Hollow Tile," p…
  • Medical report of the Fever Hospital and House of Recovery, Cork-street, Dublin, for the year ending March 31, 1884
    The corridors, bath-rooms, and water closets on the upper floors are laid in concrete; those on the ground floor , together with the hall, are laid with encaustic tiles . .... The plastering of the wails is done in Kean's cement , which is very hard and has an…
  • Dictionary of Ceramics 3rd Edition
    BASALTWARE(q.v.) having an encaustic decoration, mainly in red or white in imitation of early Italian .... This mineral is present during the early stages of the hardening of Portland cement ; it is an .... A dry screed of tongue-and- grooved clay tiles , on top of which floor .
  • Dictionary of Ceramic Science and Engineering
    To point roofing tiles with mortar or cement . .... crete, stone, or other material used in functional and ornamental applications on walls, floors , roofs, etc. (2 .... See drain tile. tile, encaustic . Noun.
  • The Medieval Floor-tiles of Cleeve Abbey, Somerset
    Not only the encaustic tiles themselves, but the patterns in which they were laid are preserved' .17 In 1931 Francis Eeles, re-examining. .... traces of slate laid in mortar which formed the foundation of a tile floor in front of .... The latter are set in hard cement but may have been relaid in their original position, probably…
  • Encyclopedic Dictionary of Polymers
    …Various paint media used by artists, such as oil paints, watercolors, gouache, tempera, encaustic , fresco, silicate esters .... Abestos used in flooring sheet and tiles . .... Asbestos- Cement n A dense, rigid, board containing a high proportion of asbestos fibers bonded with Portland…
  • Monasteries of Manufacture: Questioning the Origins of English Industrial Architecture
    Alternatively such premises might be divided horizontally, with separate access to different floors using either internal or .... In Shef- field and Birmingham, cementation steel furnaces were used the same way. .... ANTIQUITY, MODERNITY AND TECHNOLOGY: THE JACKFIELD TILE WORKS. .... The tile industry was given a new impetus in the 19th century by the Gothic revival, and an increasing demand for encaus- tic tiles inspired by medieval ecclesiastical originals.
  • Floorcloth and Linoleum: Aspects of the History of Oil-Coated Materials for Floors
    The laying of lobbies and passages with encaustic tiles had lately led to the superseding offloorc1oth in such situations, while . . . .... [for the] covering of floors in churches, reading rooms, and waiting rooms at railway stations [floorc1oth has … manufactured from drying oils (esp. linseed) and rosins, collectively processed to form linoleum cement , which is mixed…
  • RSMeans Illustrated Construction Dictionary, Student Edition
    …in a mixture of uniformly dispersed bitumen particles in water, in which the cementing action required in .... or tile with a glazed ceramic. .... encaustic 1. .... There are also door openings at various floor levels, thus making it accessible to hall- ways of…
  • Indexes to the UK Standard Industrial Classification of Economic Activities 2003 Alphabetical and Numerical Index
    Encaustic tile . .... 26.51 Manufacture of cement . .... 2437 Cement wood products 2437 Cladding wall panels made of precast concrete 2437 Floor and wall tiles…