Samson 1040706 Jura Matte Floor Tile, 16.75X16.75-Inch, Ivory, 7-Pack

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Manufacturer Description

This Samson tile is from the Jura collection, imported from Italy. Inspired by a stone quarried in south Germany, Jura is the highest expression of perfection in ceramic. These tiles are offered in 2 finishes, natural and semi-polished and 3 sizes. Samson tiles are durable enough for heavy pedestrian traffic, are resistant to stains and are both frost and thermal shock resistant. This matte tile is 16.75" L x 16.75" W and comes in the color Ivory. Technical Specifications -- Water Absorption (ISO 10545-3): Absorption less than .5%; Frost Resistance (ISO 10545-12): Frost Proof; Resistance to Thermal Shock (ISO 10545-9): Resistant; Crazing Resistance of Glazed Tiles (ISO 10545-11): Resistant; Resistance to Surface Abrasion of Glazed Tiles (ISO 10545-7): Class 4; Resistance to Household Chemicals (ISO 10545-13): Class GA; Resistance to Low Concentrations of Acids and Bases (ISO 10545-13): Class GL-A; Resistance to Stains of Glazed Tiles (ISO 10545-14): Class 5; Anti-Slip Properties (DIN51130): R10; Anti-Slip Properties (ASTM C 1028): Matte: DRY: ??0.70 - WET: ??.60.

Product Features

Jura Italian tile has four colors and an infinite range of patterns, enabling designs to be created in an incredible variety of combinations Inspired by a stone quarried in South Germany Resistant to household chemicals and low concentrations of acids and bases Durable enough for areas with heavy pedestrian traffic and are resistant to stains Resistant to frost and thermal shock

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